Attention Vault-dwellers, Fallout: New Vegas is now backwards compatible on Xbox One

Take a sip of Nuka-Cola and get ready to head into the wastes once again. Xbox's Larry Hryb, AKA Major Nelson, tweeted that Fallout: New Vegas is now available via backwards compatibility, completing the Fallout saga on Xbox One; or at least, the Bethesda-published Fallout saga. Sorry, Interplay fans.

If you've already got a copy, all you need to do is download it to your Xbox One hard drive (if it's a digital version) or pop in the disc (if it's a physical version). You'll be back to exploring the Nevada desert in no time.

If you're in the mood for something a little more mystical, Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara - which is itself a compilation of two '90s arcade games - is also now available via backwards compatibility. Chronicles of Mystara is $15/£10 while New Vegas is $15/£12 through the Xbox marketplace.

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