During their E3 press conference on Monday, Microsoft that they would be bringing a form of backwards compatibility to Xbox One; in the future, you will be able to play select Xbox 360 games (like Mass Effect and Super Meat Boy) on their new console, provided you still have the game disc or you downloaded the title digitally. While Microsoft already has lots of games planned to be compatible, they are also asking for user input for which games will be available for Xbox One backwards compatibility. If you want to voice your opinion, you can vote for your favorite games in Microsoft’s new poll.

Source: Microsoft

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