Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director's Cut is now backward compatible on Xbox One, Microsoft announced. Square Enix first released the game on Xbox 360 back in 2013, two years after the original version's launch.
The biggest change from the older game is revamped boss fights. Although Human Revolution received positive reviews in its initial release, critics complained of the boss fights and how they deviated from the stealth-driven action players got used to throughout the rest of the game. These parts of the games were outsourced to GRIP Entertainment, not developed by Eidos Montreal like the rest of Human Revolution.
In Director's Cut, players can now use hacking to take bosses down. It's an added option to fights that otherwise relied on first-person shooter-style gameplay.