'Call of Duty: Black Ops 2' Now Backward Compatible on Xbox One
Microsoft made a good move, by adding backward compatibility of XBOX One to a large group of titles. This has not only given them a better standing with old games, when compared to the competition, but also a few bonus points in the good guy statistic. Now, another big title joins the rank of backwards compatible titles on XBOX One.
It was reported by GameRant that “Call of Duty: Black Ops 2” will soon be backwards compatible with the XBOX One. This comes to no surprise, as Activision’s FPS game was one of the most requested game titles to be made compatible with the XBOX One. The coming XBOX spring sale is just another good reason for the game to be released in the near future. Now, XBOX One owners who have long desired to try the shooter on their console will be able to do it and it will happen at a discounted price.
XBOX Wire reports that another big game has been made available on the XBOX One .“Talent Not Included” is an out of the box platformer, where the main action happens over a cylinder. The parts of the cylinder rotate, changing the landscape and giving players and an almost infinite amount of possible playthroughs. There are no expansions, no DLC’s no tedious loading screens, just the action and the adventured packed within the boundaries of the cylindrical landscape. Besides the non-canonical gameplay, the game also offers shiny graphics and a whirlpool of jokes and comedic references.
Project Scorpio, the upgrade to XBOX One has received its official confirmation. Gamespot reports that Microsoft has made an “exclusive Scorpio reveal”. During this time, a loss of the technical specificities of the console had been revealed. It will offer 6 teraflops of performance, severely increased bandwidth speed and 8 CPU cores. According to Microsoft’s statement, this will be the most powerful console released to date and it will be able to keep 4K resolution without stuttering or tearing of the picture. XBOX One is available for purchase in gaming and tech shops Worldwide.