Just one day after the previous additions, Xbox One Backwards Compatibility is growing once again, adding two big games to the roster.This beefed up remaster of the original classic hit the Xbox 360 back in 2012, and can now be played via Xbox One Backwards Compatibility.
Microsoft is starting off 2017 by adding lots of games to the Xbox One backwards compatibility catalog, though today just one game has gotten the green light.The game is none other than American McGee’s cult hit Alice: Madness Returns, which was once again announced by Xbox’s Major Nelson.
The Xbox One Backwards Compatibility list is already over 300 games long, but today sees one of the biggest additions to it since the feature first launched over a year ago.Six new games are available to play on Xbox One via Backwards Compatibility, with one being of definite interest to fans of the Assassin’s Creed series.
The Xbox One Backwards Compatibility list is growing once again today with four new items being added to the much beloved feature.Two of the titles are full game releases, while the other two are Dead Rising DLC.
Ever since Microsoft first released Xbox One Backwards Compatibility as a standard feature for the console they have been quite good at adding new games to the service.What began as a small selection of old Xbox 360 games has grown to well over 300 titles, with more being added in chunks all the time.