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Microsoft releases Six Xbox One new Backwards Compatibility titles


Microsoft releases Six Xbox One new Backwards Compatibility titles

Fans of Xbox One can now enjoy more gaming experience as Microsoft has recently released six new Backwards Compatibility games for its console and it also revealed the full list of Games with Gold November 2016 update.

In celebration of the company’s first year of the BC library, Xbox’s current chief, Phil Spencer, has confirmed that Microsoft will bring some of the fans’ top-requested titles.

The whole month of November has been devoted in celebration of the company’s milestone while promising that there are more games to come. Currently, Xbox One backwards compatibility has more than 100 games on its list.

The tech giant has issued a statement that looked like a glowing review of its backwards compatibility, stating that the number of available titles on the program has exponentially increased over the last year from an initial 100 to over 280 now, according to Neurogadget.

“Today, you can play more than 280 Xbox 360 games on Xbox One, including my personal favorites, Blue Dragon and Red Dead Redemption – and the library continues to grow,” Spencer said, per Express UK. “We’re thrilled with the response and engagement we’ve seen from the community with more than 210 million hours of gameplay logged.”

Fans have received more backwards compatibility titles this week, with Microsoft releasing a flurry of new games on Friday hours after the big release of Skate 3.

Users of Xbox One can now play Xbox Live Arcade title Scarygirl, which was launched alongside fan favorite Skate 3 and released to coincide with the backwards compatibility’s one year anniversary.

Operation Flashpoint: Red River, Guardian Heroes, Mass Effect 2 and Mass Effect 3 were all recently made backwards compatible on Xbox One, after the launch of Blue Dragon and LIMBO.

It should be noted that Operation Flashpoint: Red River, Mass Effect 2 and Mass Effect 3 are all currently listed by Microsoft as disc only.

Fans are still waiting for top-requested games to become backwards compatibility that include Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 and Call of Duty: Black Ops 2.

GTA IV and Batman: Arkham City. Call of Duty round up the official top ten, so fans can expect these titles on the backwards compatibility program soon.

Video Courtesy: Xbox/YouTube

Xbox One Games with Gold November 2016:

  • Super Dungeon Bros Available from November 1-30
  • Murdered: Soul Suspect Available from November 16- December 15

Xbox 360 Games with Gold November 2016:

  • Monkey Island: SE available from November 1-15 on Xbox 360 & Backwards Compatibility
  • Far Cry 3 Blood Dragon available from November 16-30 on Xbox 360 & Backwards Compatibility

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