‘It just knows’: A look at Xbox One Backward Compatibility, coming Nov. 12, and special ‘Fallout 4’ offer

The new Xbox One Backward Compatibility feature, rolling out Nov. 12, lets Xbox One owners play Xbox 360 games on their Xbox One console. In a video, Xbox’s Major Nelson sits down with Flitz from Smosh Games to answer some of his questions about it, including where to find the full library of back-compatible games and how Xbox 360 saves will work.

There’s more backward compatibility goodness, too: For a limited time, “Fallout 4,” coming Nov. 10 for Xbox One, will come free with its predecessor, “Fallout 3,” available first on Xbox 360 and then on Xbox One after Nov. 12.

Visit Xbox Wire to learn more about Xbox One Backward Compatibility and about the “Fallout 4” and “Fallout 3” offer.

Suzanne Choney
Microsoft News Center Staff

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