The director of programming for Xbox Live, Larry “Major Nelson” Hryb, revealed that Xbox One is already backward compatible with multi-disc games of Xbox 360.
This news came after what, some days ago, it would meet the arrival of Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director’s Cut to the present generation console, thanks to the program of backward compatibility on Xbox One. At that time, some players noted that possibly the above will allow the future revival of other multi-disc titles like Blue Dragon, Lost Odyssey and Mass Effect 2 and 3.
Gradually, the number of games for Xbox 360 that can run on Xbox One has expanded very considerably. Now, there has been a very important announcement for all this, as it seems, it has passed a technical limitation that had in the past.
Previously, Microsoft had said it was technically impossible to achieve the multi-disc games that were Xbox 360 backward compatible on Xbox One. However, in recent months, the company engineers have made significant advances in this section.
For now, the first good news of that effort is the arrival of Human Revolution for Xbox One and, following the statements made by Hryb, it only seems a matter of time to see more of this types of deliveries.