Xbox One users get ready to turn back the clock. More Xbox 360 may be headed your way in the near future.
Phil Spencer often takes to Twitter so he can connect with his fans, and today he dropped some (potential) exciting news.
Phil Spencer, head of Xbox, tweeted out the following today:
Nothing is confirmed, but don’t worry Xbox One fans; Spencer is working behind the scenes to make it work.
Microsoft dropped a bombshell at E3 with their backwards compatibility announcement, and now they are looking to turn some heads once again.
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There was an announced list of Xbox 360 games that are available to play now, but fans are hoping for some heavy hitting games like Red Dead Redemption or Call of Duty Black Ops III. If fans are willing to spend money on old games, then Microsoft would be silly not to invest into more 360 games on their next-gen system. Taking an old game, putting it on a new system, and making a little money on top of it sounds like a win-win situation for everyone involved.
Xbox One users can’t be anything but pleased with Spencer and his continued ambition, and desire to inch back up the sales chart. Despite a horrendous launch, the Xbox One continues to work alongside their fans to deliver a catered experience.
The Xbox One and PS4 continue to exchange punches when it comes to announcements, and the winner in all of this is the consumer.