Bully Now Playable on Xbox One Through Backwards Compatibility

Bully originally came out 10 years ago.

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Grand Theft Auto developer Rockstar's 2006 open-world game Bully is now playable on Xbox One through backwards compatibility, the studio announced today.

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If you already own Bully: Scholarship Edition on Xbox 360, it should show up automatically in your Xbox One game library. If not, you can buy it on your console or through the Xbox.com link below.

Two other Xbox 360 games were added to the backwards compatibility catalog today, Catherine and Raskulls, Microsoft's Major Nelson announced on Twitter.

The Xbox One's backwards compatibility library now has more than 300 games in it. Earlier this week, all the core BioShock games joined the catalog. You can see a list of all the backwards compatibility games here.

Bully celebrated its 10th anniversary this year. Rockstar also released an updated version of the game earlier this month for iOS and Android devices to celebrate the milestone.

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