Microsoft will run a new episode of Inside Xbox late tonight (technically 00:30 CET tomorrow, so 23:30 BST here) which, among other things, will have information regarding backwards compatibility. Now a few things has been revealed on Xbox's website ahead of the show, as someone seems to have pressed the button a little prematurely.
The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind has been added to the store with a release date today, and it also "includes Morrowind plus all of the content from the Bloodmoon and Tribunal expansions". All original Xbox games that are backwards compatible on Xbox One also run at 16x resolution with 16x anisotropic filtering, which makes this something to try out, especially since it seems like we are in for a long wait when it comes to The Elder Scrolls VI.
Three other original Xbox games were also added today to the Xbox Store, and those are MX Unleashed, Full Spectrum Warrior, and the hilarious Destroy All Humans. Do you still have your Morrowind disc for Xbox, and will you play it on Xbox One?
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