Nov 17, 2016 11:41 PM EST
Two New Titles Arrived on the ‘Xbox One backwards compatibility’ Feature; See Other Titles That Arrived Over the Weekend
The Xbox One backwards compatibility feature is one of Microsoft's best program yet in the world of gaming. Since its launching on November 2015, over 280 titles have been migrated from the Xbox 360 console to the Xbox One. Since then, Microsoft released new titles for fans to enjoy them on the Xbox One console.
Over the weekend, Microsoft celebrated the program's first year anniversary. Despite the subtle celebration, the feature did not fail to introduce new set of Xbox One backwards compatibility titles. Last week, one of the most requested games in the BC program; "Skate 3" arrived on the feature.
This was followed by "Mass Effect 2" and "Mass Effect 3" and the latest, which arrived yesterday include "Escape Dead Island" and "Dead Space Ignition." According to the Neowin, additional games that arrived on the Xbox One backwards compatibility feature over the weekend are "Guardian Heroes" and "Operation Flashpoint: Red River."
The Xbox One backwards compatibility update arrives twice a week via Xbox's Larry Hryb twitter account. You may also want to check that from time to time.
Meanwhile, you might want to check on the latest Xbox Games with Gold titles that are about to expire this November. Grab them before they leave the list of free games for November. For the list of titles that arrived last month that are still available this month, we have "The Escapists" for Xbox One, "Monkey Island: SE" for Xbox 360, "Super Dungeon Bros" for Xbox One, "Murdered: Soul Suspect" for Xbox One, "Far Cry 3" and "Blood Dragon" for Xbox 360.
For the next set of Xbox One backwards compatibility titles, you may want to check us here again on Tuesday and Thursday for the next update. The Daily Star on the other hand confirmed that, the addition of "Escape Dead Island" and "Dead Space Ignition" brought a total of 286 titles in the Backwards Compatibility feature.
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