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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 02:46pm 27/10/15 | 1 Comments
Announced a while back, the Xbox One November Update will be bringing a whole slew of changes to the system. There's the revamped user interface built off Windows 10 that aims to speed up navigation. Plus, highlight the console's community features. And then there's the introduction of Xbox 360 backwards capability, with 100 titles expected to be supported right off the bat. Naturally, that's the big thing to take away from this update -- which is only a few weeks away.

And like a lot of announcements these days, the reveal was made on Twitter by Xbox Community Dude, Larry Hryb (aka Major Nelson).



Dubbed the New Xbox One Experience, this update will serve as the most substantial since the system launched. In addition to Xbox 360 backwards capability every other aspect of the interface will see a change. Kind of like back in the Xbox 360 days when the Blade interface made way for Avatars.

And speaking of Xbox 360, Burnout Paradise has been confirmed by developer Criterion as a game headed soon to the Xbox One backwards compatibility list. Though no release (or re-release) date has been set.

To see the list of Xbox 360 games currently supported or coming soon head here.



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Khel
Posted 03:41pm 27/10/15
I hope its fixed by the time it comes out, been hearing a lot of problems with it kicking people out of games or going non-responsive or not working with some controllers.
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