The Xbox One backwards compatibility update is coming very soon.
Although Microsoft has earlier announced that the update will be released in November 2015, there is a possibility that the feature will be released by October, according to Product Reviews .
Since Microsoft announced the release of the update, the company has been flooded with requests for additional information from fans who have been excited to try out the new feature.
Over the past several weeks, Microsoft’s Phil Spencer has held interviews in order to answer questions from gamers who can’t seem to wait to get their hands on the Xbox One backwards compatibility update.
In one of Spencer’s recent interviews, the executive said that the list of Xbox 360 games that can be played on Xbox One won’t change.
This could mean that Microsoft is focusing on a stable release date for the update before the company decides to expand the current line-up of compatible games.
Microsoft has also been trying to figure out a way to get its older games working on Xbox One. And it has only been about eight months ago when they were able to finally able to make the feature work for gamers.
In the meantime, Spencer not only talked about the backwards compatibility of Xbox One but also the possibility of having Xbox 360 titles playable on the PC, according to an interview by Gizmodo Brazil and translated by My Gaming .
“I would love to have the ability to play Xbox 360 on PC at some point too, so we have different things we have to think about when we plan these things,” the Microsoft executive said.
“People fight with me for not having background music (laughs), so we have much work to do,” he added. “Which is great! It’s great to have that feedback.”
Gamers are keeping their fingers cross that the Xbox One backwards compatibility feature will be arriving on their consoles before the month ends.