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.
Xbox One preview members will be able to play Halo Wars via backwards compatibility today, Microsoft has announced.The game follows hours after Alan Wake, Pac-Man and Castlevania: Symphony of the Night were added to backward compatibility, although it isn't clear when it will be available to non-Preview members.
The original Dark Souls is now available on Xbox One backward compatibility.The game's arrival on Xbox One backward compatibility comes ahead of Dark Souls 3's release next month.
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.