A massive system update on November 12, 2015 for the Xbox One console will not only introduce a major overhaul to the console’s dashboard but also will enable users to access a wide range of Xbox 360 titles as part of the system’s backward compatibility function.

Any disc-based or digital DLC one has already purchased will be available for games via backward compatibility. According to a Microsoft Representative, “we will support both digital and disc-based entitlements for Xbox 360 games running on Xbox One.” However, as games are essentially emulated, one will not be able to purchase any new DLC via the Xbox Store on one’s Xbox One. The Microsoft Representative notes “Right now, backward compatibility does not emulate the Xbox 360 store and new Xbox 360 games can be purchased on your Xbox 360 or via Xbox.com.”

In order to access already own disc-based or digital DLC in relation to one’s Xbox 360 titles, access the Xbox One’s dashboard and go to Ready to Install for a particular game then click on Manage Game to access any previously purchased DLC.

For a full list of Xbox 360 games currently playable on Xbox One via backward compatibility, make sure to check out Microsoft’s official backward compatibility list.

For an ever growing list of Xbox 360 titles set to be backward compatible in the near future, make sure to check out Microsoft’s official more titles on the way list.

Which Xbox 360 titles are you most excited to play on your Xbox One? Which game do you have the most DLC for and how important is that DLC to your overall playing experience? Make your thoughts known through commenting below!

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