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Microsoft Announces Original Xbox Backwards Compatibility for the Xbox One Consoles

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Microsoft Announces Original Xbox Backwards Compatibility for the Xbox One Consoles

Microsoft’s recently announced during their E3 2017 briefing that backwards compatibility for original Xbox games is coming to the Xbox One family of consoles. Microsoft confirmed the announcement for not only original Xbox games, but Xbox 360 and a handful of Xbox One and One S titles as well, during the conference and in the following tweet:

One of the original Xbox titles that is being remastered for the new console that will be included, is the fan-favorite and classic game, Crimson Skies. More original titles will be announced later this year, closer to the One X’s launch on November 7th.

While details are scarce, Spencer said that games that made the cut would “look better and play better”. He also said the program would launch later in 2017.

Our team of engineers are working hard to bring some of your original favorite Xbox games to Xbox One today,” Phil Spencer, the head of Microsoft’s Xbox division, announced at the company’s E3 2017 keynote.

OG games will look better and play better across the Xbox One family,” Spencer promised, name-checking a personal favorite in the process, Crimson Skies.”

For more information on the backwards compatible games, visit its official website.

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