How to delete games on Xbox One: Uninstall games and free up storage space on Xbox One

It's time to clear some space, and you need to know how to delete games from your Xbox One. Sure, it can be an emotional time, but the best thing you can do is to do it right.

It's not that you don't like the games anymore, it's just that you've grown as a person and you feel they haven't changed at all. Or maybe they've changed and gone in a direction you don't like.

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It's tough, to be sure, to let go of those all attachments, you might start remembering the good old days, when things were fresh and everything was new and exciting. Now though, now you just jump in to complete your dailies, it's all routine.

So, here's how to delete games on Xbox One...

How to delete games on Xbox One

Deleting games just requires you to uninstall them from your storage, so, here's what you need to do.

  • Press the Xbox Button on your control
  • Select My Games & Apps
  • Move the cursor to the game you want to delete and hit the Menu button, not hard though
  • Select Manage Game
  • Select Uninstall All
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Will deleting a game on Xbox One delete my progress?

You might be worried you'll end up missing a game so badly that you want to come back to it, but can you really pick up where you left off?

Yes, but only if you've either backed up the data on another hard drive or back it up using cloud storage.

The first method means you need an external hard drive, while the latter requires access to Xbox Live, which is a little easier to do, and probably something you have already anyway.

The good news is that if you want to enable cloud storage, you already have. There's no special method required to use cloud storage, you just need to be an Xbox Live member and be connected to the internet to keep all of your save data backed up. Good times.

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