New Xbox One S Ad Touts the Console’s 2 “Pterodactyls” of Hard Drive Space

Microsoft today released a silly new advertisement for the Xbox One S that touts the console’s 2 “Pterodactyl” hard drive. Terabytes, you mean? Says Pittsburgh Steelers WR Antonio Brown?

“Pterodactyls, no? Like mega-dactyls, giga-dactyles. Pterodactyls,” the pitchman says. “I don’t think that’s right,” Brown responds. Check out the video below (via DualShockers). It also boasts that Xbox Live is the “fastest, most reliable” gaming network, a reference to an independent study that found that to be the case.

Microsoft is a partner with the NFL, having paid a reported $400 million for a deal that also sees NFL coaches–but not New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick–use Surface tablets on the sideline during games.

In other Xbox news, Best Buy will throw in a free game when you buy an Xbox One S starting on November 4. If you need some games, Target just launched a Buy 2, Get 1 deal.

The Xbox One has been the best-selling console in the United States for three months running, spanning July to September. Microsoft even put out a commercial that heralds the Xbox One as the “best-selling console in America.”

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