Xbox One backward compatibility began in 2015 and while not every game is backward compatible just yet, Microsoft is still working to improve this system for Xbox gamers and bring more fan-favourite Xbox 360 games to the Xbox One.
The new Games with Gold games have just moved in to replace two titles from this month and they're certainly worth downloading for the Xbox One and Xbox 360.
Developer Supergiant Games initially released indie game Bastion in 2011 and the game quickly became one of the best rates games for the Xbox 360; it's now been officially confirmed that the action-RPG will be ported to the Xbox One.
The lead engineer of Xbox Scorpio has officially confirmed that the upcoming console will be compatible with Xbox 360 games; the new console will be supporting the backwards compatibility program.
Xbox gamers have until midnight to add some new games to their library; the Xbox One and Xbox 360 consoles both have one game free for all users with a subscription to Games with Gold. As always, news games will be added tomorrow for players to download and other free games are also currently available.
When Microsoft added Backwards Compatibility to Xbox One, I started to move my save games to Cloud Saved Games as I played each game. Because of this and that I have multiple devices that I save on resulted in a few saves being accidentally deleted over time, most recently the other night. The primary cause for this is the way that older games forcibly create saves after you select a device.