Halo Reach Confirmed For Xbox One, Will Support Backward Compatibility, NXOE Releasing On Nov 12

 Halo Reach Confirmed For Xbox One, Will Support Backward Compatibility, NXOE Releasing On Nov 12

Microsoft has finally announced the exact release date for Xbox One new dashboard (called as New Xbox One experience) and backward compatibility feature. Phil Spencer via Major Nelson announced that the new Xbox One dashboard and Backward Compatibility feature will launch on November 12 for all Xbox One owners across the globe. You can check out the tweet from Major Nelson below:

Halo Reach Coming To Xbox One via Backward Compatibility

“Xbox fans mark your calendars: @XboxP3 just revealed new Xbox One experience & back compat start launching Nov. 12 for all Xbox One owners”

Also, unintentionally it seems like Microsoft announced the next new game from Xbox 360 that will support backward compatibility feature on Xbox One, it’s Halo Reach. Halo Reach backwards compatible was shown on official Xbox website. You can check out the screenshot of it below.

Halo: Reach was the sixth installment in Halo video game series. It was developed by Bungie and was released in September 2010. The game takes place in the year 2552, where humanity is locked in a war with the alien Covenant. Players control Noble Six, a member of an elite supersoldier squad, when the human world known as Reach falls under Covenant attack.

Halo Reach Xbox One Backward Compatibility