The compatibility program with previous versions of Xbox One was certainly one of the biggest successes of the last Microsoft console. The extensive list of games compatible with the eighth-generation console has only been expanded by its announcement in E3 2015.
Now, there's the small chance that the arrival of a game from the last generation to Xbox One is not flashy for some users. However, the latest backwards-compatible titles that have been announced are unmissable for anyone considering a respected player. This is because it is nothing more or less than four classic Valve games: The orange box, Portal 2, Left 4 Dead is Left 4 Dead 2.
This news was announced by Larry Hryb – director of programming for Xbox Live, better known as "Major Nelson" – on his Twitter account:
Starting today, four Xbox One Backward titles will be upgraded for Xbox One X. Enjoy Half-Life 2: Orange Box, Portal: Still Alive, Left 4 Dead and Left 4 Dead 2 with improved images and higher resolutions on Xbox One X https://t.co/7q7myPS0gC pic.twitter.com/bdUjeDvnhG
– Larry Hryb (@majornelson) October 18, 2018
This must be remembered The orange box Contains three games: Half-Life 2, which comes with all its expansions; portal; is Fortress of the team. This last, a fun competitive multiplayer that is still current, can also be played for free on Steam.
In addition to the ability to enjoy these classics in the next generation console, it should be noted that the compatibility program with previous versions of Xbox One improves the presentation and performance of the games of the previous Microsoft console.
If you want to review all the titles available in the compatibility system with previous versions of Xbox One, you'll want to take a look at an official blog of & # 39; Major Nelson & # 39;.
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