Here are a few questions and answers about the Xbox One backward compatibility with Xbox 360 games: How many Xbox 360 games will be playable on Xbox One this year? According to Microsoft around 100 games will be playable when backward compatibility is available for everyone. However, during the preview phase the list of compatible games reaches to 24 games. When Xbox One backward compatibility be available? Microsoft is turning on the new feature on June 15, 2015, for Xbox Preview member, and everyone will be able to play 360 games by the holiday season. Will I be able to play Xbox 360 discs games or only downloadable games? Both, the Xbox One backward compatibility feature will enable gamers to play physical game discs and download games from the Xbox market place. Will I need to install the game on my Xbox One console to play the game from disc? Yes. In order to play the game, you’ll first need to install the game on your Xbox One console. What do I need to do to get start playing games? Nothing. Games in your game library will automatically appear on Xbox One after the features rolls out. However, if you don’t want to wait, you can try to get into the Xbox Preview program to try the new experience. Will Xbox 360 games support the Xbox One backward compatibility? No, game developers have to approve if they want their games playable on backward compatibility mode. Which are the current Xbox 360 games I can play on Xbox One?

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