Square Enix is looking into making the Xbox 360 version of Deus Ex: Human Revolution backwards compatible with Xbox One, it's been revealed.
Discussing the possibility of backwards compatibility in a tweet posted yesterday, the official Deus Ex account said that the team is "working to make it happen" and that it is "hoping to have good news soon".
Xbox 360 backwards compatibility is set to arrive on Xbox One this November, with around 100 titles due to be supported at launch.
A limited amount of titles are currently available to test by those in the Xbox One Preview Program, including the original Gears of War, Shadow Complex and Mass Effect.
Other titles being considered for the service include Splinter Cell and Burnout Paradise, with Fallout 3, Rainbow Six Vegas 1 & 2 and every Gears of War title also expected to be available at the service's official launch later this year.
The sequel to Deus Ex: Human Revolution, meanwhile, Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, launches on Xbox One, PS4 and PC on February 23, 2016.