Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Coming November
The feature will be available for everyone starting later this year.
The Xbox One's backwards compatibility feature will launch for everyone in November, Microsoft announced today during its Gamescom briefing in Cologne, Germany. The service is currently available only to Xbox One Preview Program members.
There will be more than one hundred games available at launch, with "hundreds" more coming later, Microsoft's Mike Ybarra said on stage.
You can see the initial lineup of supported games here.
In addition, Microsoft announced that all future Xbox 360 Games With Gold titles will be backwards compatible.
What's more, Ybarra confirmed that Windows 10 integration for Xbox One will also debut in November.
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