Finally, the wait is over, after several requests and so much wait, Microsoft and Electronic Arts decided it was time to please their fans with the arrival of Burnout Revenge to the Xbox One backward compatibility program.
Once again, Larry “Major Nelson” Hryb, programming director of Xbox LIVE, announced the arrival of the new title to the backward compatibility program. Through his Twitter account, where he mentioned that Burnout Revenge will join the system today, so you can now play your version for Xbox 360 game on your Xbox One.
— [ ? Larry Hryb ] (@majornelson) May 8, 2018
You don’t need your Xbox 360 to play the game anymore, though there won’t be any major increase in performance or graphics on the standard console, just having Revenge on your current gen a blessing for a Burnout fan.
Though it has been reported by players that the game is running better than 360 on Xbox One X and also has a stable frame rate.
In case you don’t know Burnout Revenge is an extreme racing game developed by Criterion Games and distributed by Electronic Arts back in 2005. The title that came to Xbox, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 2 is considered by many to be the best installment of the series, which is going to make many players happy.
Now all you need is an Xbox 360 copy of the game, once you put it in the game will start downloading or you can purchase the digital version of the game for £9.99 from Xbox marketplace.
In other news Burnout Paradise Remastered is here, the game supports the native 4K resolution on PC and Xbox One X, But somehow Xbox One X version looks better than the PC version in 4k.
Burnout Paradise Remastered had a very good launch and topped UK game charts. Coincidentally, the last Burnout game to take top spot was Burnout Paradise in 2008, as they say, history repeats itself. It came back on top after 10 years again