Published: Tue, February 16, 2016
Science | By Hubert Green

Xbox One Backwards Compatibility

Xbox One Backwards Compatibility

It seems that the game will come as a pre-order bonus, with a redeem code for Dark Souls being "delivered to your Xbox message centre in 7-10 days".

Xbox's Larry Hryb recently announced that Trials HD, Sam & Max, Alan Wake's American Nightmare and & LEGO Batman are now playable on Xbox One via BC.

IO Interactive and Square Enix are bringing back Hitman: Absolution ahead of the launch of the 2016 reboot of the series simply titled Hitman. However, they recently shifted to releasing games as they become available, leading to an increase in the number of games seen.

PST Fans of From Software's brutally hard Dark Souls series now have something to do while waiting for the release of Dark Souls III: They can Prepare To Die all over again. Now, fans of the franchise playing on Xbox One have yet another reason to get excited: the original game is soon becoming backwards compatible. Today they've expanded even further, though this time with a smaller game, but a definite classic. Sadly, it's not compatible with Xbox One so you can't just pop the disc in and play the game on the new console. It will be part of the Xbox Compatibility program. Its growth has been steady until now, with Microsoft issuing new games monthly. Some news that fans of the game are going to love.



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