Microsoft recently implemented backwards compatibility on Xbox One, allowing gamers to play 360 games on their current-generation console, and at Gamescom the company showed its dedication by vowing that all future Xbox Games With Gold titles be backwards compatible, meaning that if an Xbox 360 game makes an appearance in Games With Gold, that game will be playable on your Xbox One.

Xbox One’s backward compatibility feature will fully launch September 15 this year.

Source: Microsoft Gamescom Briefing

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