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Microsoft has added eight additional titles to the list of Xbox 360 games that are backward compatible with the Xbox One. New to the list are Fallout: New Vegas, Blood Knights, and more.
Microsoft has added five titles to the list of Xbox 360 games that are backward compatible with the Xbox One. New to the list are Brain Challenge, Flashback, Left 4 Dead, and more.
It's the middle of June, so the Xbox games available for free to Gold subscribers have changed as of today. The Crew and XCOM: Enemy Unknown are now available to Xbox Gold subscribers.
Microsoft has added three more games to the list of Xbox 360 games that are backward-compatible with the Xbox One. New games include Anomaly Warzone Earth, Lazy Raiders, and Aqua.
While Microsoft is rapidly expanding the list of Xbox 360 games that are backward compatible with the Xbox One, today saw the addition of only a single title: SSX. It's the seventh game this week.
Microsoft has added six additional titles to the list of Xbox 360 games that are backward compatible with the Xbox One. The new games include Domino Master, DuckTales: Remastered, and more.
Microsoft has officially added support for multi-disc Xbox 360 games into Xbox One backward compatibility. The first game to use the new feature was Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director's Cut.
With the list expanding rapidly, Microsoft had added five more titles to the list of Xbox 360 games that are backward compatible with the Xbox One. This brings the total to 182 Xbox 360 games.
Today, Microsoft is adding five more titles to the list of Xbox 360 games that are backward compatible with the Xbox One. This comes just a day after Star Wars: The Force Unleashed was added.
In time for Star Wars Day, Microsoft has added both titles of Star Wars: The Force Unleashed to the list of Xbox 360 games that are backward compatible with the Xbox One console.
The list of Xbox 360 games that are backward compatible with the Xbox One continues to grow, as Major Nelson has announced five additional titles that you can play on Microsoft's latest console.
Microsoft has introduced 16 new Xbox 360 games that support the Xbox One's backward compatibility feature, which arrived on the console last month alongside the New Xbox One Experience.
Microsoft's Head of Xbox, Phil Spencer has confirmed that more games will support Xbox One backwards compatibility 'very soon', one month after the feature arrived on the console.
You can play Xbox 360 games on your Xbox One, but purchasing backwards compatible games on the newest console is a function that's missing in action. Fortunately, Microsoft knows about it.
A new report from NPD shows that Halo 5, among others games, drove Xbox One console sales to a new high, trumping that of the PS4 for the first time in almost half a year.
The largest update to the Xbox One's operating system is now rolling out to the public, adding the ability to play Xbox 360 games on the console. We have complied a handy guide for getting started.
Microsoft has released a list detailing titles that will be supported by the Xbox One's upcoming backwards compatibility feature, prior to the New Xbox One Experience update arriving later this week.
Microsoft's Mike Ybarra has stated that a detailed list of over one hundred Xbox 360 games coming to the Xbox One will be revealed next Monday, before becoming available three days later.
Larry Hryb and Xbox team member Bill Stillwell discuss how the Xbox One's new compatibility mode will work. The feature is now available for 'Preview Members' with public release at year's end.
Microsoft executive Albert Penello said adding Xbox 360 game support to the Xbox One via a cloud server solution was currently too "problematic", but did not rule it out for a future update.