Halo Reach
A system update update for Xbox One has a few bug fixes. Bungie

“Halo Reach” has received a new Xbox One update which is intended to fix several issues related to backwards compatibility. “Halo Reach” recently arrived on Xbox One as part of 17 backwards compatibility titles, along with “Deus Ex: Human Revolution,” “Fable III” and “Motocross Madness,” among others. However, “Halo Reach” has faced several issues with its graphics, frame rate and emulation on Xbox One.

The announcement of the new update for Xbox One came from the official Twitter account of Larry Hryb, Director of Programming for the Microsoft gaming network Xbox Live. The announcement states that the update will fix the bugs in the game.

Last December 2015, when “Halo Reach” was added for the Xbox One, many reports started coming out from fans suggesting that the gameplay was terrible. The games were plagued with issues related to graphics and other bugs. Many users claimed that the gameplay on the Xbox One version was steady at 30fps. Later, it was reported by Kotaku that Microsoft was aware of this issue, and the company has released a statement regarding it.

“We’re aware some users are experiencing issues playing Halo: Reach via Xbox One Backward Compatibility. The Xbox engineering team is currently looking into the issues and are working to address them,” said a spokesperson for Microsoft in an interview with Kotaku.

In November, Sony also released stability update for PlayStation 4. The recent Xbox One update released by Microsoft is quite similar to the one released by Sony. The new update for Xbox One doesn’t bring new features or additional content for the console owners.

The new update also fixes several issues in the console. Those who’ve been facing problems with the gameplay for the backwards compatibility titles like “Halo Reach” can now download the update for their Xbox One console.

Halo Reach Multiplayer Trailer (Credit: YouTube/Bungie)