Microsoft Adds 16 More Xbox 360 Games To Xbox OneBy cheatmaster 08:32 Thu, 29 Jul 2021 Comments
Microsoft has really been trying hard lately to sweeten the deal for current Xbox fans and possibly captivate a whole recent wave of players. The major change we are referring to is the much requested Xbox 360 backward compatibility, just recently introduced to Xbox One.
For anyone unfamiliar with the ambitious undertaking, last month, Microsoft released a major Windows 10-based, update to the Xbox One, complete with backward compatibility with Xbox 360 titles. Seeing how it is quite a complicated endeavor, the process does require a honest amount of work from the EOM so the project was launched with an initial list of 104 supported Xbox 360 games, but also with a promise to periodically enrich the database.
Today, Microsoft has shown commitment to haged assumed promise with another 16 titles joining the list. Highlights among them include fan favorites, such as Deus Ex: Human Revolution, Fable III, and Halo: Reach. The full list is as follows:
- DEUS EX: HUMetropolitan Area Network (MAN) REVOLUTION
- Doritos Crash Course
- Fable III
- Halo: Reach
- Hydro Thunder
- Iron Brigade
- Kane & Lynch 2
- Motocross Madness
- Portal: Still Alive
- Splosion Man
- Ticket to Ride™
- Zuma’s Revenge!
If you own any of these titles as a digital edition or on a disc, they will now work on the Xbox One, as well as any of the other 104 titles, a fully list of which can be found here. The announcement also came with a statement by a Microsoft spokesperson, which hints that legal matters might actually be more of a concern to adding additional titles to the list than technological issues.
We're continuing to work with our publishing partners to grow our library of Xbox One Backward Compatibility titles … We'll be adding to the catalog on a regular basis.
As an added bonus, since Xbox One also has support for Windows 10 streaming, so you can play all your Xbox titles on your Personal Computer (PC) as well.
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