The Xbox One is currently backwards compatible with select Xbox 360 games. This means a person could redownload or place a Xbox 360 disc into a Xbox One to play the game on the system. However, the current limitations means only single disc games can be played. However, the official Twitter account for the Deus Ex series has confirmed that the two disc Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director’s Cut will be supported in early 2016.
The forthcoming Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director’s Cut compatibility was revealed following the December 17 addition of the original Deus Ex: Human Revolution’s addition to the backwards compatibility catalog. It is a single disc game, but the Director’s Cut is two discs due to the inclusion of the Missing Link DLC. Other content, like a New Game+, reworked bosses, documentary, and Eidos Montreal commentary were also added in this release. The Xbox team reportedly said the two disc game will be compatible in 2016.
Other two disc Xbox 360 games include Blue Dragon, Infinite Undiscovery, The Last Remnant, Magna Carta II, Metal gear Solid HD Collection, and Star Ocean: The Last Hope. A current list of Xbox 360 games playable on the Xbox One is available through Microsoft.