Xbox One owners who use the system’s developer tool menus to try making the console backwards compatible with Xbox 360 games could end up bricking their console, according to Major Nelson. The reason the warning was issued in the first place, is due to an image making a round or three on the Internet. The image states that if you follow the steps listed, you can force your console to play 360 games. All it does in the end however, is make your shiny new console useless, apparently. So, don’t do it. Hopefully, not too may have been fooled by the false information. Via Kotaku.
The E3 demo for Far Cry 5 showed a nice slice of everything we’ll be doing in the game, but today’s video is even better.
Not to be outplayed by other publishers at gamescom, Activision has dropped the launch trailer for Destiny 2 16 days ahead of the actual launch.
Fe, the indie platformer from EA Originals, gets a lovely new gamescom trailer, Switch version confirmed
Fe, the EA Originals title the publisher unveiled at E3 last year, has resurfaced once again at this year’s gamescom.
While original Xbox games are getting backwards compatibility, modern features like achievements and widescreen resolutions are likely out.
Sure, you’ll be able to play original Xbox games on Xbox One soon, but don’t expect the library available to be as extensive as Xbox 360’s.
The Xbox Spring Sale kicks off on March 20, and for a limited time, you can get $50 off Xbox One console bundles.
Earlier today we told you about ReddX, the new reddit app for Xbox One. It comes complete with achievements that when unlocked offer up an image of Microsoft community manager Major Nelson cosplaying as an internet meme. We’ve got all the images here.