While I have admittedly been a PS4 snob for this console generation, Microsoft has earned at least a little warmth from my wallet and I by making the Xbox One backwards compatible with a good portion of my lonesome Xbox 360 games drawer (without re-buying them like on the PS4). However, aside from a torrid affair with Rise of the Tomb Raider, I have not used my Xbox One often, so I found transferring saves over from the Xbox 360 a bit of a task to figure out. In order to help other previous PS4 snobs and frustrated casual gamers alike, I've compiled this quick and dirty guide to transferring the save data from the Xbox 360 over to the Xbox One for games with supported backwards compatibility.
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