Medal of Honor 11 and The Elder Scrolls 4 added have been added to the list of Xbox Backwards Compatible Games. To be more specific, its Medal of Honor: Airborne and The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion. Two entertaining classics. Old, but not obsolete.
The list of Xbox Backwards Compatible Games just keeps on growing. Unfortunately for Call of Duty fans, Modern Warfare 3 isn’t actually part of the list. Microsoft has already claimed it was an error on their part. Major Nelson himself tweeted that it was mistake, earning more salt from the Call of Duty fanboys.
— / Larry Hryb / (@majornelson) November 18, 2016
The one responsible for the error in the listing might have mixed Call of Duty with Medal of Honor.
Medal of Honor: Airborne
Medal of Honor: Airborne is the 11th game in the Medal of Honor series. The game’s setting is in the European theater during World War 2, like most of the games in the franchise. However, this is the first time the game focuses on paratroopers, adding a certain flavor to the game.
The very first Medal of Honor goes way back in 1999 for the PlayStation 1. It had spawned a lot of games ever since.
The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
The 4th installment in the franchise. This open world action-RPG is the predecessor for the popular Skyrim.
The player character must put to stop to the “Mythic Dawn”. It is a cult that intends to open a portal to a realm called the oblivion.
The very first Elder Scrolls had an even much older history, dating back 1994 for the PC. During that time the primary Operating System is the MS-DOS.
One major selling point of the Xbox One is its backward compatibility.
Medal of Honor and The Elder Scrolls fans are most likely rejoicing right now while Call of Duty fanboys are wallowing in despair and bathing in salt.