'Lost Odyssey' News & Update: Relive Kaim's Journey! Game Now Available for Free on Xbox One Through Backward Compatibility Feature Until December 31
Fans of the popular JRPG classic "Lost Odyssey" can start rejoicing. Xbox has announced that the title can now be downloaded for Xbox One players. The game can be downloaded through the Backward Compatibility feature and the best part is, it's completely free!
"Lost Odyssey" was a 2007 Xbox 360 title that has become one of the most treasured classics that fans still enjoy. With the announcement that it will now be free for downloads on the Xbox One, more players can relive Kaim's amazing journey of discovering oneself.
Players simply need to visit the Xbox official website and click on the link for downloading the file. The download process should start immediately for "Lost Odyssey" and fans can soon get indulged in the game. However, it should be noted that the full game is 22.43 GB. Players should have the said space available on their systems to ensure that the download will be completed.
While most of the gaming community will rejoice over the big "Lost Odyssey" news, other regions will have to wait for further announcements. Israel, China, and Turkey residents will not be able to download the game. Players should also take note of the game's availability for downloading: December 31.
Since the download timetable is limited, fans are urged to start downloading "Lost Odyssey" as soon as possible. This will ensure that players in areas where the title has been made available in the Xbox One can experience the thrill.
The "Lost Odyssey" news comes in the wake of Xbox One's system revamp. The gaming giant has announced that the Xbox One will now feature better download speeds, depending on the bandwidth that a player has. The upgrade includes an update on the wireless controller's firmware.
"Lost Odyssey" features Kaim, an immortal warrior who lost his memory. He embarks on a journey of discovering the truth about his identity. However, there are numerous struggles along the way and he will have to conquer the trials ahead before he finds peace.
"Lost Odyssey" released in Japan in 2007 and was rolled out in Western areas in 2008. Stay tuned for more updates!