Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director’s Cut is a game that was originally released for Xbox 360 and now, the multi-disc title is compatible with the latest Xbox One console. This news was confirmed by a Microsoft spokesperson who now invites gamers to play older games on the new console.
Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director’s Cut is the first multi-disc game that can be played on the newer device and paves the way for others. Recently, Microsoft’s Larry “Major Nelson” Hyrb, Director of Programming for Xbox Live, posted this tidbit on Reddit: “I can confirm that the BC team has done work to support multi-disc scenarios. Be sure to thank the BC engineers.”
He previously teased fans on Twitter about Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director’s Cut being added to Microsoft’s backwards compatibility list and when he officially announced that this multi-disc title was to run on Xbox One, it wasn’t a big surprise.
Microsoft is aware that there are many gamers who bought the new Xbox One console that miss playing old titles. Therefore, its engineers have tried hard to develop a solution to enable this feature, expand the titles included in the Xbox One Backward Compatibility list as a result.
“We’re continuing to listen to our fans on Xbox Feedback and work with our publishing partners to grow out library of Xbox One Backward Compatibility titles and will work to include more multi-disc games,” has added the Microsoft spokesperson.
Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director’s Cut can be purchased from Steam for $20. Its main character is Adam Jensen, an ex-SWAT specialist who safeguards an experimental biotechnology firm. A mysterious black ops team breaks in and kills all the scientists in the firm, and that’s when all his problems begin. If you’re looking for another kind of gaming experience, here are some of the best choices on Xbox One.
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