Bully is now playable on Xbox One

Rockstar’s cult schooling classic is now playable on Xbox One through backwards compatibility.

First released in 2006 for the PlayStation 2, Xbox One owners can now play Bully: Scholarship Edition thanks to backwards compatibility.

If you already owned Bully: Scholarship Edition digitally on Xbox 360 it should automatically appear in your game library.

In other Bully-related news, Rockstar also released the title on iOS and Android recently to celebrate its 10th anniversary.

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Two other games have hit Xbox One backwards compatibility this week, Major Nelson announced on Twitter.


Bully, Catherine and Raskulls can now be purchased from the Xbox Live Marketplace, or you can simply insert the 360 disc into your console and install it from there.

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Xbox Boss Phil Spencer announced this week that nearly 50 percent of Xbox One owners now make use of backwards compatibility. With classic titles like Bully on the cards, it’s easy to see why.