Sony announces external Playstation 2 Hard Drive for the US market to be released coming March. The 40GB attachment will plug into the back of the games console.
The hard drive is designed to enable players to save game settings, to download content such as new levels and characters, and to store music tracks and photos. The first game to use the hard drive will be Square's "Final Fantasy XI," the new online update to the popular series of role-playing games. The title will come preloaded on the hard drive, which will go on sale in March priced at $99. "Final Fantasy XI" and the hard drive have been available in Japan for several months.
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