Original Xbox games to launch on Xbox One tomorrow

Original Xbox games to launch on Xbox One tomorrow

Xbox One X Enhanced Xbox 360 games will include favorites like Halo 3 and Fallout 3.

The announcement says that these select titles will run at higher resolutions, 9X the original pixel count as well as expanded color details.

Original Xbox classics join more than 400 Xbox 360 games in the Xbox One Backward Compatibility program, which also means we'll have our largest console launch portfolio ever when Xbox One X releases on November 7. The visual performance enhancements alone might be enough for some to replay instant classics like Knights of the Old Republic and Psychonauts, but as anyone who owned an original Xbox knows, shorter load times are also incredibly welcome.

Below is the first curated batch of Original Xbox games we're releasing into the Xbox One Backward Compatibility program.

These are still the same games you remember playing, but a bit better. For instance, games that supported system link play - such as Crimson Skies - will still support system link play.

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Are you excited to play KOTOR and the other old school games on Xbox One? The Xbox One backward compatible version looks very similar to how the game plays on a PC, which is excellent (and expected).

A handful of those titles, including Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic and Prince of Persia, are already available for purchase in the games on demand section in the Xbox digital marketplace.

Over the weekend, an image circulated on social media showing more original Xbox titles that could be part of an initial launch. This allows players on different Xbox consoles to play one another. This has been a feature that was offered in a limited capacity with the Xbox 360 but something that is being pushed further with the Xbox One.

There is no timeline for when backwards compatible games will be playable, but since games have started appearing, it should not be too much longer.

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