The Xbox One backwards compatibility feature is finally available for all Xbox One users and players all over the world can now enjoy some of the best Xbox 360 games on their new Xbox One consoles. Among the titles that are currently compatible with the Xbox One backwards compatibility feature are two Xbox Live Arcade titles, Pac-Man Championship Edition and Feeding Frenzy. The two games are included alongside others on the Xbox Live Arcade Compilation Disc and it looks like it’s possible to play the two games on Xbox One by using the compilation disc.
According to reddit user Zecterium, using the Xbox Live Arcade Disc on Xbox One will make players download two updates. Following the error message, both Pac-Man Championship Edition and Feeding Frenzy will be added to download queue.
“I was really excited to see Pac-Man Championship Edition on the list of backwards compatible titles last week. It occurred to me tonight that I might have to buy it again, because I have it as part of the Xbox Live Arcade Compilation Disc that I found at a Gamestop last year (for 99 cents!). I decided to give it a try, and lo and behold, I was met with a message saying I needed to download 2 updates, followed by two errors. I checked my queue, and Pac-Man and Feeding Frenzy were both downloading! I played Pac-Man and it worked flawlessly!”
The Xbox One backwards compatibility feature is definitely one of the more interesting features that has been added to the console following its launch. Several high profile titles are currently compatible with the feature, such as the first entry of the Mass Effect series and its DLC packs, and many others will be made compatible in the future such as Burnout Paradise from Criterion, Bayonetta from Platinum Games, several high profile Ubisoft titles and more.