Earlier this week Microsoft mistakenly enabled access to a version of Red Dead Redemption that is now expected to be made available via the Xbox One backwards compatibility service in the very near future.
In addition to the mistake of enabling and then quickly disabling of the Rockstar wild west game, other screen grabs taken by eagle eyed Xbox gamers have revealed a number of other titles that are now expected to be made part of the ever-growing list of Xbox One backwards compatibility titles being rolled out by Microsoft.
New titles for the backwards compatibility list include Tekken Tag Tournament 2, Halo Wars, Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, Alan Wake’s American Nightmare, Left 4 Dead 2 and Halo Wars. Major Nelson apologised for making the Red Dead Redemption game available for a short time by tweeting :
All 360 games are tested through an emulator for quality. Due to an error, games in test were temp avail. Apologies
As soon as more details are announced officially by Microsoft on when the games will be made available via the Xbox One backwards compatibility program we will keep you updated as always. The Microsoft Xbox One backwards compatibility service now has over 150 Xbox 360 game available to play on the next generation Xbox One console.
Source: DestructoidFiled Under: Top News, Xbox