It’s a superb day to be a fan of backwards compatibility, or at the very least it’s in case you’re seeking to decide up an Xbox Sequence X sooner or later.
In a put up to Twitter made on Oct. 28, Microsoft’s head of PC gaming, partnerships and new applied sciences Jason Ronald revealed that each variations of the corporate’s subsequent technology console would provide the identical backward compatibility vary because the Xbox One.
“After 500K+ hours of testing, we’re are excited to share that each one Xbox, Xbox 360 and Xbox One video games playable on Xbox One right this moment, apart from the handful that require Kinect, will likely be out there – and look and play higher – on Xbox Sequence X|S at launch,” Ronald wrote.
As such, the Xbox Sequence X’s backward compatibility extends not solely to exclusives from the corporate’s console libraries, but additionally to multiplatform collection like Last Fantasy, Simply Trigger, Dragon Age and lots of extra.
For a body of reference, one can look over the corporate’s official record of titles supported by the Xbox One’s backward compatibility right here.
The information comes after weeks of each Microsoft and Sony detailing how a lot backward compatibility their subsequent technology consoles will provide. Earlier within the month, Microsoft supplied a glimpse at how Fallout 4 would run on the Xbox Sequence S, and supplied particulars on how related titles would fare when performed on the brand new consoles.
Sony, in the meantime, lately launched a assist web page associated to backward compatibility on the PlayStation 5, detailing which of the video games from the PS4’s library will likely be out there on the console and which might stay playable solely on PS4.
The Xbox Sequence X is about to launch on Nov. 10. For extra on the console, try this walkthrough video detailing the way it’ll work and what options homeowners of the console can count on to see out the gate.