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Billion Hours Have Been Played On Xbox One's Backwards Compatability Feature

05 May 2018

There is both Xbox Game Pass service and Xbox Play Anywhere on Windows 10 and PC, which offer gamers big value for their buck. Though this phrasing does sound promising, Microsoft is still not getting specific with sales units, rather staying vague, saying that Xbox One sales jumped 15% over a year ago. Xbox head Phil Spencer also recently teased that we'll see JRPGs on the Microsoft's E3 stage.

Therefore, players who have Xbox LIVE Gold membership will be able to play XCOM 2 from this May 3 and until Monday, May 6. So far, over 600,000 friendships have been made with Looking For Group. Unfortunately, as you probably know if you bought one, that focus on building super juiced hardware has come at the expense of games worthy of your time. While it's nice to see how many people are playing games, Microsoft still didn't share specific numbers about sales figures.

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In an answer to The Verge, Microsoft reiterates that they will continue with their policy of non-disclosure on Xbox One sales data, at least until the end of the generation. As it stands, Microsoft quotes that about half of every Xbox One owners have used the feature, which is an awesome addition to the suite of tools the Xbox One already has.

There are now over 200 games enhanced for Xbox One X. Players have enjoyed id@Xbox games for over four billion cumulative hours, while over one billion hours have been spent on backward compatible games.

Billion Hours Have Been Played On Xbox One's Backwards Compatability Feature