Microsoft has finally updated the Xbox app in the Microsoft Store and Windows so you can specify a folder to install your games.
Changes will be made soon to allow people to install the Xbox Insider Hub app and are expected to be in beta ahead of Halo Infinite’s December 8 release, according to The Verge.
With this update, you will be able to select your hard drive and internal storage as your destination. Like any other program on your computer, you will be able to access the non-Windows folder as encrypted, as it is currently in the WindowsApps folder.
The changes remove the restrictions that Windows used to prevent you from accessing your game files, which prevented people from installing and using mods. Some games currently allow mods, but they also allow you to access a special mod folder. With this change, you will be able to install mods directly into your game files just like you can on Steam.
It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. Several users on Reddit and Resetera have been reporting this issue since 2019. With immediate access to your files, you can fix this problem manually.
In a video announcing the upcoming changes, Xbox says that the game will be downloaded quickly from the app.
PC Pass Game subscribers will welcome this change as it simplifies file management when you play games over and over again. Finally, you can find out exactly what happened to your expensive C drive.