Since it’s addition to Xbox One’s Backwards Compatibility List, Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts has suffered from issues that caused the game to preform poorly.
Shortly after the game was made playable to the Xbox One, it was discovered that the game’s frame rate was significantly lower on the Xbox One than it did on the 360.
Game Developer Rare has released an update that alleviates this problem, with the team announcing the patch went live on their official Twitter page. This update allows the game to run at 30 fps, the same frame rate that it ran on the Xbox 360.
Xbox One’s Backwards Compatibility feature allows gamers to play Xbox 360 titles on the consoles, with the feature supporting both digital and physical copies of games. Once the game is loaded onto the console, it will begin to download a copy of the game that runs on the Xbox One. Gameplay Achievements will also be carried over to the system as well.
Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts was added to Xbox One’s backwards compatibility list last year. The game was originally released on the Xbox 360 on November 11, 2008. The game is also available on RareReplay, a collection of games developed by Rare in the past. This collection includes games like Battletoads, Viva Pinata, and Perfect Dark Zero.