Dead Space and Left 4 dead 2 are now backward compatible on xbox one

Dead Space and Left 4 Dead 2 are now backward compatible on XBOX One.

Confirmed from Larry Hryb’s

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Microsoft has been adding a lot of games from the 360 to Xbox One to be playable through backward compatibility and now the critically acclaimed horror and co op games, Dead Space by Visceral and Left 4 Dead 2 by Valve have been finally added to the list.

A full list of the games which are now backward compatible are

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Xbox One is now for $299

 

Xbox one is $299 in the Microsoft spring sale. Get it now at http://www.xbox.com/en-us/spring-sale/xbox-one

Xbox 360 or PS3 owners willing to make the jump to the Xbox One can pick up the console for $200 with a new deal, which gives $100 in credit for any newer model trade-in.

The deal, which is available for all to see over on the official GameStop trade-in website, will offer up the deal to any customer who owns a newer model of the Xbox 360 or PS3 – specifically, any 320 GB or higher slim Xbox 360 or PS3. This means that the Xbox One can be picked up at a much lower price than its normal retail price. In fact, after Microsoft’s own spring sale is taken into account, the Xbox One will only cost the gamer $200.

Source: http://gamerant.com/xbox-one-200-dollar-deal-330/

 

 

 

Dark Souls III: PS4 and Xbox One Fps

Dark Souls III is running at 1080p on the PS4 and maintains a 30 FPS count with minor drops here and there while the Xbox One is running at 900p suffers from the frame rate issues more dropping to 24 FPS in certain regions.

Digital Foundry test the game on both platforms.

Dark Souls III is out now in Japan and hits internationally on 12 March.