Electronic Arts’ boxing game Fight Night Champion has joined Xbox One Backwards Compatibility lineup. This news was recently confirmed by the Xbox mouthpiece, one and only, Major Nelson.
So those of you who own the 2011 Xbox 360 brawler can now pop in your disc into the Xbox One and begin playing. Provided if you still have those discs and that they are in a condition to be used. If not, then not to worry, the digital copies will appear in the Ready to download section of the console.
Although it will cost you a little if you are up for grabbing Fight Night Champion Xbox One Backwards Compatibility digital version. It will be priced at £19.99.
Major Nelson also is known as Larry Hryb, on his official Twitter account posted this news yesterday, saying Fight Night Champion is making its way back to Xbox One Backward Compatibility. Alongside he posted, a link to his blog site where the list of games that are available on Xbox One Backward Compatibility is provided. Furthermore, he also posted the Xbox 360 poster of the game, to ignite the excitement among fans perhaps.
Having said that, Fight Night Champion was a pretty classy brawler back in the days. Considering the level of generation back then, the details of the game were pretty decent. The impressive work on the rippling muscles, sweat, and other similar details paved a good fortune for that game.
With all that said, Recently Microsoft confirmed that Xbox One backward compatibility games have nearly notched up one billion hours of total play time. Which proves that gamers are always interested in playing the old games which give them a nostalgic feeling.
To add on that, you should know that Backward Compatibility is not that simple. A little while back, the Xbox team had a chance to discuss how do they do it and it’s not that easy.
That said, have you played Fight Night Champion in its old days? Let us know in the comments below.