Microsoft's Xbox One may have dealt with a lot of criticisms on release, but going ahead, the company is making decisions regarding the console that will do a world of good to it. For instance, support for backwards compatibility on the Xbox One, that was announced at this year's E3 event.
Now, with Xbox One backwards compatibility feature waiting to be rolled out this fall, the next biggest question on everybody's minds is whether they will be able to play the Xbox 360's extensive DLC collection on the new console as well.
As it seems, Microsoft's Phil Spencer was recently available on Twitter, and when one fan pitched the question, Spencer replied: "We are working on a clear description of how DLC will work. It should work as expected."
This is big news, especially for all the Gears of War fans who are waiting to play the premastered GoW on the next-gen consoles. This is because Xbox One version of the original game is expected to allow the other three games to be backwards compatible over time.
As revealed earlier, backwards compatibility will be coming to the Xbox One in November, and we are expecting such titles to go backward compatible over time. What do you think? Let us know in the comments section below.
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