Xbox One Will Still Get Original Xbox Backwards Compatibility This Year

Rodiano Bonacci
Ottobre 12, 2017

Yesterday Xbox Live went down which locked out nearly all users immediately from some of the main function of the console like streaming or multiplayer all the while Microsoft seemed to be having trouble with its official support pages too. Many were assuming that Microsoft were pitching the Xbox One X as the successor to the Xbox One, and would therefore have a slew of games waiting in the wings for its release, but if they believe that its sales won't compare to those of the Xbox One S then where has the support been for the console throughout 2017? "It will be the console that sells", said Spencer in an interview. I know the games that are coming for the original Xbox but I don't think we've announced them all. We have to do this in partnership with partners, but we're still on track. I feel really good. So we're putting Minecraft out there as one of the biggest games on any platform and allowing people to play together regardless of what device they bought.

"We've got the proper teams investigating sign-in issues across Xbox One consoles & our website".

"Some of the games hold up really well; some of them don't", he added.

Spencer said he was confident that the feature would be available before the end of the year.

However we have also had word that a few individuals are still having problems accessing Xbox Live, this though are only a few individuals.

"There's some stuff we're going to talk about in that space in terms of how compatibility's going to work on [Xbox One] X specifically that I think people will find pretty interesting", Spencer declared.

At the moment, Microsoft has only confirmed Crimson Skies and Fuzion Frenzy as backward compatible titles.

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