As expected and advertised Microsoft has this week added new games to its ever-growing list of Xbox One backward compatibility games which were originally designed for the older generation Xbox 360 but are now available to play on the latest generation Xbox One systems.
Today’s new additions include Halo Wars which was made available last week and is now officially part of the Xbox backward compatibility list together with the Xbox 360 port of Soul Calibur II and King of Fighters ’98 both of which are now added to the official list of supported games.
For the full list of Xbox One backward compatibility titles jump over to the Major Nelson website via the link below. Major Nelson explains :
Since the release of Xbox One Backward Compatibility with the New Xbox One Experience it has been one of the most popular features included in the update. Xbox fans have been enjoying the opportunity to play some of their favorite Xbox 360 titles on their Xbox One, with more titles being added regularly to the list of available games.
In order to address a number of the questions and concerns I receive about Xbox One Backward Compatibility, I wanted to update my previous post on the topic with an overview of the capability, address some Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) and mention the most important element of Backward Compatibility – the current list of Xbox One Backward Compatibly titles.
Source: Major NelsonFiled Under: Top News, Xbox