Xbox One gamers excitedly waiting for the arrival of the new backwards compatibility support that was unveiled earlier this year, will be pleased to know that Microsoft will be rolling out a new update on November 12th that will enable the support.
The announcement was made by Xbox boss Phil Spencer during last nights Halo 5: Guardians launch event, when he announced that the Windows 10 based update will be officially rolled out next month.
To re-cap the Xbox One backwards compatibility will enable Xbox One gamers play a growing number of your Xbox 360 games on Xbox One at no additional cost. With approximately 100 titles available at launch with hundreds more expected to be added every month.
Features of the Xbox One backwards compatibility include :
– The ability to keep your game saves, game add-ons, achievements, and Gamerscore.
– Enjoy the advanced features of your Xbox One like Game DVR, Screenshots and Windows 10 streaming
– Play multiplayer with your friends no matter which console they’re on.
– Xbox One Backward Compatibility works with disc-based and digital games.
– Xbox One Backward Compatibility is available at no additional cost, so you don’t have to pay to play games you already own.
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