Saints Row 4 now available on Xbox One’s backward compatibility list
Saints Row IV for Xbox 360 was just added to the backwards compatibility list for the Xbox One, so people who own this game can now enjoy it on the latest generation of Microsoft’s flagship console. Xbox’s Larry Hryb, aka Major Nelson, shared the news with his followers on Twitter and with Saints Row IV being such a well-known and beloved title, it was only a matter of time until it happened.
— Larry Hryb (@majornelson) March 31, 2016
For those who don’t own the Xbox 360 version of Saints Row IV, developer Volition and publisher Deep Silver released a native version of the game in January 2015. The native Xbox One game is titled Saints Row IV: Re-elected, and contains all of the previous downloadable content in one package.
Besides Saints Row IV, Dead Space also became a free Xbox One game for users of EA Access. After announcing that this year’s version of FIFA would be added to the EA Access Vault, EA brought the free version of Dead Space to the Vault as well, going to Twitter to issue the reveal:
— EA Access (@EAAccess) April 1, 2016
EA Access costs $4.99 a month or $29.99 a year, and it currently features 18 EA games with many additions to come.
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