Microsoft Expands Its Inventory Of Xbox Backward Compatibility Program With 76 More Games

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Microsoft said on Monday that it is expanding its backward compatibility program to include more than 70 titles. Xbox and Xbox 360 titles will be backward compatible on the upcoming Xbox Series S/X consoles, as well as Xbox One and Xbox One X, according to the revelation made during the Xbox 20th anniversary event. The list of games that might receive Backward compatibility includes the entire Max Payne series, the F.E.A.R. series, the Skate series. Plus, numerous Xbox original titles such as Dead or Alive Ultimate and Star Wars will also receive compatibility. 

Microsoft’s Xbox backward compatibility program is getting 76 new titles, according to the announcement. On the current generation of Xbox consoles, all games from the original Xbox and Xbox 360 will support Auto HDR. However, only approved monitors will be able to use Auto HDR. Plus, FPS Boost and quicker load times will also arrive on the latest platforms. Users can find any game’s FPS Boost and Auto HDR settings in the Manage Game section.

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Xbox Series X and One X can run games at four times

In terms of resolution, Microsoft claims that the Xbox Series X and Xbox One X will render these games at four times the original resolution. On the other hand, the Xbox Series S would render them at three times the original resolution. The games will be rendered at double the original resolution on the Xbox One S and Xbox One. The FPS Boost feature will arrive at the 26 games that are already part of the Xbox backward compatibility program.

On Monday, November 15, the 76 games added to the Xbox backward compatibility program became available to play if gamers owned the game physically or digitally. The great majority of the games are also available for purchase through the Microsoft Store, according to Microsoft.

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