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How to Upload XBOX 360 Cloud Saves To Xbox Series X and Series S

Here's a quick guide on how to transfer Xbox 360 game saves to next-gen consoles.

Xbox Series X and Series S have finally arrived and they are backward compatible with Xbox 360. Microsoft’s home consoles come with plenty of new features such as improved load times, framerate, quick resume and others. Besides all these features, both Xbox Series X and Series S will also carry a few features from the last-gen.

Notably, there are more than 500 Xbox 360 games that can be played on both Xbox Series X and S. Xbox Director of Program Management Jason Ronald told Inverse that Microsoft is keen in supporting even more games in the times to come.

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If you have been having trouble transferring or uploading your Xbox 360 cloud saves to on your Xbox Series X and Seris S then this guide will teach you the same in the easiest way.

How to transfer your Xbox 360 cloud saves to Xbox Series X and Series S

Step 1:  Go To The Storage Option

In order to transfer Xbox 360 saves to Xbox Series X and Series S through the cloud, you need to find the saves question. Once you have tracked down your Xbox 360 and booting it up, go to the Settings Menu. From there, head over to the System category and select Storage. From there, you will be able to see all of the games and saves on your console’s hard drive.

Step 2: Move The Game Saves To The Cloud

Now, select the storage device where most of your saves are on. Xbox 360 models usually have between 8 to 256 GB of internal storage but you can extend it by additional storage. After finding the game saves, click on whichever backward compatible Xbox 360 game you’re looking to retrieve save files from.

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Now, you will have to click on ‘Move’ option and then ‘Cloud Saved Games’. Earlier, this option was only available for people who had Xbox Live Gold subscription. Ahead of the release of the next-gen consoles, Microsoft made it accessible to anyone with an Xbox 360 the option to do this. Yes, you don’t need to have Xbox Live Gold subscription anymore to do so.

Step 3: Access Your Saves On Next-Gen Consoles

Once you get your hands on Xbox Series X and Series S, you will be able to download the Xbox 360 games that you own to your next-generation consoles. If it worked, you would be able to access these games right from where you saved left off and finish them on Xbox Series X or S.

That’s basically all you need to know about how to transfer your Xbox 360 cloud saves to Xbox Series X and Series S. While you are here, Turning on HDRrecording video clips, and taking screenshots might be something that you want to read about the next-gen consoles.