Earlier this month, Microsoft revealed that its new backward compatibility feature will launch for all owners of the Xbox One in November. Currently available to those in the Preview program, the feature allows Xbox One owners to play older Xbox 360 games on their console, and over 100 titles will be supported at launch.

But Microsoft has revealed that it's been considering the possibility of extending that compatibility further - although it probably won't happen any time soon.

As IGN reports, Xbox chief Phil Spencer responded to an enquiry on Twitter yesterday, in which a gamer asked him how much effort it would be for Microsoft to offer backward compatibility support for games created for the original Xbox, which launched in 2001...

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