If you've been clamoring to replay your old Xbox 360 copies of Mass Effect 2 and 3 but don't want to dust off and hook up your Xbox 360 to play them, I have good news for you.
Xbox's Larry Hryb confirmed today that in light of N7 Day, Mass Effect 2 and 3 are now officially backward compatible on Xbox One. Of course, the original Mass Effect has been backward compatible for some time now.
Of note here is the fact that, unlike the first Mass Effect, the latter two games are backward compatible with the disc only, meaning that you won't be able to buy them on Xbox One digitally (at least not yet). In any case, it's nice to have the whole trilogy available on the current-gen platform, especially ahead of 2017's upcoming Mass Effect Andromeda.
Source: Major Nelson (via Twitter)
Will you be replaying Mass Effect trilogy on Xbox One because of the backward compatibility now?