It seems as though Xbox 360 DLC will be supported with Xbox One backwards compatibility. Xbox Support recently answered a tweet regarding whether or not DLC will be transferring over and it look like it will.
According to the tweet from Xbox Support, "DLC of specific titles is up to the publisher."
Phil Spencer told Giant Bomb on their E3 Day One podcast that the decision to include legacy support was one motivated by ensuring that Xbox 360 owners feel good about making the transition. There are still a lot of people who have large libraries that might not have had a chance to play every single game, so this is now a “safe place to play” as Spencer puts it.
Over the weekend, the Xbox One got a new system software update for preview members, numbered xb_rel_1507.150615-2200.
Below you can see the rather brief patch notes posted on the private preview forums by Project Manager Emily Hanson, as the update serves to introduce fixes to game streaming to Windows 10.
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Microsoft may be offering an Xbox One Elite Console, according to a listing spotted on Walmart.
The Xbox One Elite Console listing comes just days after Microsoft unveiled its Xbox One Elite Controller, which offers a number of unique additions to its original controller that includes hair-trigger locks, pro-precision, and a new ...read more
Hey you - listen up! We all know that people that own Windows 7 and Windows 8/8.1 get a free upgrade to Windows 10 this July, when Microsoft’s new flagship OS is released, but now there’s a way for absolutely anyone to score the same deal.
If you download and install the Windows 10 Preview build, and register it to your Microsoft account, you’ll also receive the fr ...read more
Sony has announced a 1TB PS4 model due for release next month, as well as a new lighter and less power hungry 500GB model.
The 1TB PS4 Ultimate Player Edition launches before the end of June in Japan, and comes to Europe July 15. As for the 500GB model, it also launches in Japan at the end of June. Sony has not yet revealed a date for North America and Europe.
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Todd Howard, director of Fallout 4, wants to create player freedom in his game on a par with Rockstar’s Grand Theft Auto 5.
Speaking to Gamespot about influences, he said GTA 5 has been one of the most successful games at creating a sense of scale and saying “yes” to the player.
“Well, in our games, we want to give you complete freedom,” he said. “So, I think of the ...read more
Fallout 4 will run at 1080p and 30 frames-per-second on everything, it has been revealed.
Fallout 4 director Todd Howard confirmed the news to Digital Spy at this year's E3 gaming expo.
"It is 1080p on everything," he said, before confirming that it would run at 30fps and not 60fps.
Fallout 4, which is set in p ...read more
In 2013, Sony took to the E3 stage to announce that not only would the PS4 not rely on a constant internet connection, not be inextractible from a motion control peripheral, and actually play used games, it would also be priced $400, a hundred less than the Xbox One which had just debuted with all of the aforementioned baggage. But in 2015, it was Microsoft's turn to throw ...read more
Has future titles just been revealed by Microsoft for Xbox One’s backwards compatibility? It sure looks like it as this image promoting Xbox 360 titles on Xbox One has been released and features games that can’t be played just yet, but seem to be a few of the 100+ that were promised for the end of the year.