Lost Odyssey now playable on Xbox One due to backward compatibility
Microsoft confirmed yesterday that Lost Odyssey is now part of the Xbox One backward compatibility program. The games catalog from the last generation that can be played on the current generation console of Microsoft reaches more than 250 titles.
Microsoft has confirmed the arrival of three other Xbox 360 games on Xbox One, thanks to the backward compatibility program. A stand out is Lost Odyssey, the Japanese role-playing game developed jointly by Hironobu Sakaguchi and Nobuo Uematsu. The title, if you remember well, was in great demand by fans and Phil Spencer has always stated that he had worked out how to make it backwards compatible.
In addition to Lost Odyssey, another titles that joined the backward compatibility program also included Toy Story 3 and Guwange. If you already have any of these two games digitally, it should automatically appear on your Xbox One library.
As always, if you are in possession of these titles, you can download it for free on Xbox One, otherwise you can buy them directly from the Microsoft store. Lost Odyssey came out exclusively on Xbox 360 in 2008, serving as one of the prominent JRPG of the last generation console.
Worth pointing out that there is a limitation – to play the classic RPG from the same creator of Final Fantasy on Xbox One will be necessary to have a physical copy of the game as Lost Odyssey was never sold in digital stores from Microsoft.
Toy Story 3, Lost Odyssey and Guwange are now playable on Xbox One via backward compatibility pic.twitter.com/l7Z5Py9u9r
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