Six More Games Have Been Added to Backwards Compatibility for Xbox One
Recently, we wrote about the massive success the Backwards Compatibility program has had so far, with over 300 Xbox 360 games available for the Xbox One. Now, Microsoft is ending the year in a big way, with six new games joining the list of backward compatible games.These newest titles are the last ones of the year.
Six new Xbox One Backwards Compatibility games have been made available in the last 24 hours, however, Larry Hyrb of Xbox announced on Twitter that the Backwards Compatibility team will be taking some time off for the holidays. Following these six titles, the “releases resume after the New Year.” The six titles announced are Skydive, Planets Under Attack, CLANNAD, Bully Scholarship Edition, Catherine and Raskulls. Only five titles are available to play worldwide though, as CLANNAD is playable only in Japan.
Over the past few months, the Backwards Compatibility program has been very busy, adding some huge titles to the list of playable games on the Xbox One. Included among these titles were BioShock, BioShock 2 and BioShock Infinite, just added earlier this month. The games in the highly requested trilogy joined the list of Backwards Compatible games alongside Rayman Legends, Shadowrun, Space Arc and the Mass Effect trilogy.
As a way to celebrate the anniversary of the Xbox One Backwards Compatibility program, Lost Odyssey is free to download on the Xbox One until the end of this month. That’s right, it’s only available for 4 more days! Anyone else excited to see which games will be added to the Backwards Compatible list in 2017?