Bethesda and Microsoft have already teamed up for Fallout 3 and Fallout 4, allowing Xbox One owners to play the third game as a backwards compatible title in conjunction with the release of the new game. We're relatively sure that Burnout Paradise will be added to the list, based on tweets from Criterion's account, as well as numerous Microsoft first-party titles.
In addition to this new feature, the Xbox One will also be getting its big update, a complete UI overhaul that'll put the console more in-line with Windows 10. If that is not enough, it will also provide content for you to engage with, and this is flawless for those individuals who play games from the Xbox Live community.
Another long-awaited feature launching as part of the update is Backward Compatibility. If Mirror's Edge does get a release this may lead to other EA games coming to backwards compatibility. Perhaps most importantly, settings, games, social updates, and all of the good stuff is much more easily accessible with a gamepad.
As for the Windows 10 update itself, we wonder if November 12 is too early.
Not only is this feature going to bring longevity and value for the Xbox One console, but it has also helped better Microsoft's image, which following its nightmarish launch has hurt its potential sales.
Download the Gadgets 360 app for Android and iOS to stay up to date with the latest tech news, product reviews, and exclusive deals on the popular mobiles. This probably won't mean a whole lot in terms of the consumer experience, but it's a big step towards having Windows 10 across all of Microsoft's various device form factors. The Xbox 360 was released way back in 2005.
The studio, however, did not discuss the details of the meeting but confirmed via Twitter that the discussions were about bringing the game to the Xbox One through backwards compatibility.