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Deus Ex: Human Revolution could become backwards compatible on Xbox One

Xbox users could soon be playing Deus Ex: Human Revolution now that some Xbox 360 are becoming backwards compatible on Xbox One.

According to the official Deus Ex Twitter account, the development team is working "to make it happen" and are "hoping to have good news soon."

Over on the Xbox One Backwards Compatibility site, Deus Ex: Human Revolution has received 12,030 votes so far.

The previous number one request title for backward compatibility was Red Dead Redemption, which is now in second place behind Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 with its massive 95,378 votes.

Microsoft said during its E3 2015 press conference it wanted Xbox users to vote on which games they want to see become backward compatible on the shiny console, and Xbox users came out in droves.

The feature will go live on Xbox One in November.

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