During its E3 press conference, Microsoft announced that Xbox 360 backwards compatibility will finally make its way to Xbox One. Microsoft will officially reveal the initially-supported list of games later today.
After about a decade of supporting the platforms, Ubisoft has finally decided to stop developing games for Sony's PlayStation 3 and Microsoft's Xbox 360, instead focusing its efforts on newer consoles and PCs.
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While the spotlight is on its newer console, Microsoft is making sure that those hanging on to their Xbox 360s aren’t left in the cold. An update to be released later this year will add support for 2TB hard drives to the console.
A slew of improvements and new features have already been announced for the Xbox One's upcoming April system update, but we knew more were on the way. Now voice messaging has been added to the list of new features.
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