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E3 2019: What’s Next for Xbox Backward Compatibility

Since the Xbox One Backward Compatibility program was announced at E3 2015, over half of all Xbox gamers have enjoyed Original Xbox or Xbox 360 games on Xbox One. During that time, the Backward Compatibility catalog we built directly from fan feedback has grown to over 600 titles including entire iconic franchises such as Assassin’s Creed, Gears of War, and Mass Effect. Four years later, compatibility remains a priority for Xbox, for our community and for developers and their games, and preserving the art form of video games is part of our DNA. After adding more than 600 titles to the Backward Compatibility catalog, we’re now setting our sights on what’s next for the future of... Read more: E3 2019: What’s Next for Xbox Backward Compatibility

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The Biggest Backward Compatibility Sale Ever Begins Today

The Xbox Backward Compatibility Sale is back again this year, and this time we’re celebrating by discounting more games in the catalog than ever. Starting today through May 27, Xbox gamers around the world can take advantage of awesome discounts where you can save up to 75 percent on over 240 Original Xbox and Xbox 360 titles playable on Xbox One via the Backward Compatibility program. Available deals include titles from the storied franchises of Call of Duty, Gears of War, Grand Theft Auto, Fable, Bioshock, Assassin’s Creed and many more. Select titles such as Red Dead Redemption and Splinter Cell Blacklist are Xbox One X Enhanced, so they have been updated specifically to take full... Read more: The Biggest Backward Compatibility Sale Ever Begins Today

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Inside Xbox April Episode News Recap

Today, on our April episode of Inside Xbox, we made a big announcement about a brand-new Xbox One console, revealed some major news regarding Xbox Game Pass, unveiled some new features coming to Game Bar, shared info on new titles coming to Xbox One Backward Compatibility, and much more. For a full recap, read on below or watch the replay of Inside Xbox episode above when the VOD is available. Introducing the Xbox One S All-Digital Edition The big news coming out of today’s show was our reveal of The Xbox One S All-Digital Edition, which was created for those who prefer to find and play their games digitally and are looking for the most affordable way to play Xbox games. The Xbox... Read more: Inside Xbox April Episode News Recap

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