Free Rainbow Six Vegas/Vegas 2 Copies Come With Xbox One's Siege Announced at E3 2015
Vegas and Vegas 2 are among the Xbox 360 games that are backwards compatible with Xbox One.
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This was announced today by Ubisoft during Microsoft's E3 press conference. The company also confirmed that both Vegas games will be among the Xbox 360 titles that are backwards compatible on Xbox One. In other words, you'll still be able to play both games on Xbox One without buying Siege, provided you have 360 copies of them.
For everything else from Microsoft's briefing, check out our recap.
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