GTA San Andreas Will Be Backwards Compatible for the Xbox One Soon

GTA San Andreas is shooting and tooting it’s way onto Xbox One next week, and it isn’t the only Rockstar game you’ll be glad to see either. Joining this fan-favorite will be Rockstar gamesMidnight Club: Los Angeles and Table Tennis. These games are considered classics to most Rockstar fans, and with them all coming to the Xbox One? You’d be silly to miss out on adding them to your collection.

For those who have never played these games and are looking to get into these new games series, we have included a quick summary of each of the games below.

GTA San AndreasGTA San Andreas was first developed back in 2005, where players were put in the shoes of protagonist Carl ‘CJ’ Johnson. Carl returns home to find everything falling apart, including his friends, family, and even the corrupt neighbors that keep trying to get him into trouble with the cops. Carl is forced on a journey to take care of his family, as well as the streets of San Andreas.

Midnight Club: Los Angeles – If you like to race, you’ll like Midnight Club. In this game you’ll race through the streets of Los Angeles in a collection of real-world tuners, muscle cars, exotics, and superbikes. What’s more, you’ll even be able to access the iconic South Central area along with the same vehicles, aftermarket parts, music, and races from the original game.

Table Tennis – Surprisingly this game combines the unmatched intensity of real-world competitive table tennis with an authentic physics engine and intuitive gameplay. You’ll get to choose from 11 unique characters, each with their own style of play.

GTA San Andreas is also known as the game that had the controversial ‘Hot Coffee’ scene. So, for those who aren’t aware of it and want to know where the controversy first originated from, now you’ll get to play the game and see for yourself. Even if you can’t actually access the scene.

If you’re eager to play these games as soon as possible, you’ll be pleased to know they will be able to have on Xbox One on Thursday, June 7th.