Original Xbox games coming to backward compatibility

Brodie Fogg 12 June 2017 NEWS

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Phil Spencer announces classic titles are coming to the Xbox One's backward compatibility service.

During Microsoft's E3 conference, Phil Spencer revealed that original Xbox games are being added the Xbox One's backward compatibility service.

Soon after the reveal of Xbox One X and a handful of exclusive games, Phil stood on stage in front of the classic Xbox logo making the announcement, to roaring cheers from the crowd.

Like Xbox 360 games, classic Xbox games will be tidied up a little with upgraded visuals on Microsoft's current family of consoles. Spencer only confirmed one title for classic Xbox compatibility, Crimson Skies: High Road to Revenge but stay tuned for more announcements.

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