GTA 4: New Report Compares Xbox 360 And Xbox One Versions
- Author: Arturo Norris Feb 12, 2017,
Feb 12, 2017, 17:24
Rockstar's GTA 4 peaked almost 8000% on Amazon.
Sony's PlayStation might be the console that gets all the nice exclusives, but one area where Microsoft's current-gen Xbox has its competitor beat is its ability run Xbox 360 games through the backwards compatibility feature.
A customer purchases the 18 certificate computer game "Grand Theft Auto IV" at the Zavvi store, Oxford Street on the day of its release on April 29, 2008 in London, England. Congrats on Rockstar Games for being able to provide us with a working GTA IV version on Xbox One, and luckily enough they get an even bigger boost in sales in the next few hours.
Additionally, the game's downloadable expansion, Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City, is also payable on the Xbox One. The game is the highest rated on both PS3 and Xbox 360. It feels choppier and more uneven, while controller latency-hardly one of the game's strongest points on original hardware-sometimes feels significantly laggier on Xbox One.
GTA IV and LEGO Indiana Jones are now available to play on Xbox One through a new Backwards Compatibility update.
Moreover, original save files can be accessed from an Xbox 360 by transferring them to the Xbox's "cloud saved games" folder. Players who own backwards compatibility titles will find them in their games and apps list.
With the recent confirmation that Grand Theft Auto 4 would be added to the backward compatible library for Xbox One, a dramatic spike in sales for the title has been seen. For those who don't own the base game yet, it is available in the Xbox Store for $20.
"Gran Theft Auto 4" secret locations and pigeons cheats and secret might also be helpful on its Xbox One adventure.
The Xbox One's backwards compatibility service came out in 2014 after it was announced at E3 of that year.