3rd January 2018 | 4:35am Microsoft and Sony announce Xbox 360 backwards compatibility with the Xbox One’s backwards compatibility feature.
Here’s what you need to know about it.
Read more This is a bit of a head-scratcher, but it’s something Microsoft and Microsoft-owned studio 2K have confirmed.
We don’t have anything specific to share about it, and we are aware of the problem, the company said.
While the issue was discovered in the game “Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas” for Xbox One, it appears to have been affecting all Xbox 360 games and Xbox Live Gold members.
Microsoft has been working hard to push backwards compatibility for all Xbox Live subscribers for several years now, with Xbox One backwards compatibility being one of the most significant features.
You’ll be able to play games on Xbox One with Xbox 360 controllers in a number of areas on Xbox Live, including the console’s dashboard and its games menu.