Microsoft has been steadily adding games to the Xbox One Backward Compatibility program and three classic Rockstar are joining the program on June 7th. Owners of disc or digital versions of these classic Xbox and Xbox 360 games will be able to play the titles on their Xbox One.
To start off the list, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas will be coming in both the classic Xbox and the Xbox 360 versions. Unfortunately, save games from the classic version won’t be transferable but owners of that game will get a free upgrade to the Xbox 360 version with better graphics and achievements. Next up, Midnight Club: LA is the second title being added with both the original version and the Complete Edition which adds a new area, new vehicles, new races, and more. Last, the third classic Rockstar title joining the program will be Rockstar Games Presents: Table Tennis.
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas
After escaping the pressures of life in Los Santos, Carl Johnson returns home after his mom’s murder to find his family falling apart, his childhood friends all heading towards disaster, and corrupt neighborhood cops framing him for homicide. CJ is forced on a journey that takes him across the entire state of San Andreas, to save his family and to take control of the streets.
Midnight Club: Los Angeles
Race at breakneck speeds through the streets of Los Angeles in a collection of real-world tuners, muscle cars, exotics and superbikes. Customize your vehicle with the best after-market performance parts and custom kits.
Rockstar Games Presents: Table Tennis
Experience the unmatched intensity of real-world competitive table tennis with an authentic physics engine and intuitive gameplay that mimics the exhilarating experience found in true international competition.
Choose from 11 distinct characters, each with their own style of play, and guide them to ultimate victory by mastering all the shots and techniques, including power shots, heavy spin and precision accuracy.
As mentioned above, all three games (five versions in total) will be available to play on your Xbox One on June 7th if you own them. If you have the disc, all you have to do is pop it into your Xbox One and you’re good to go. For those with the digital version, it should show up in your Ready to Install section under your Games & Apps section on your Xbox One console.
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