The backward compatibility program for the Xbox One enables developers to bring their old titles to the current-gen console. Final Fantasy fans will be interested in knowing that the Final Fantasy 13 trilogy has picked up backward compatibility support for the Xbox One. Microsoft and Square Enix have confirmed that the three games will be making their way to the Xbox One.

The list of backward compatible titles has steadily grown over the past couple of years. There are now more than 500 Xbox 360 games that can be played on the Xbox One. 25 of those titles have been enhanced for the Xbox One X. Not only that, even 32 games released for the original Xbox are backward compatible with the current-gen console.

Final Fantasy 13, Final Fantasy 13-2, and Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy 13 will be playable on the Xbox One starting November 13th. The trilogy was first released for the Xbox 360 between 2009 and 2013. It has received enhancements for the Xbox One X as well.

These aren’t the only Final Fantasy titles to get backward compatibility. Others include Final Fantasy 7, Final Fantasy 9, Final Fantasy 12: The Zodiac Age and more which Square Enix confirmed for Xbox One in September and will be released for the console over the next year.

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