'Xbox One Backwards Compatibility' Latest News, Release Date & Update: See What's Coming this End of July

By , Updated Jul 25, 2016 08:17 AM EDT
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If you have been one of the many who look forward to the next "Xbox One backwards compatibility feature" then you're in luck as the Microsoft feature has few interesting titles; expected to arrive at the end of July. Previously, it was revealed that one of the most in demand game "Red Dead Redemption" has arrived in the feature and since then, the "Xbox One backwards compatibility feature has not been short of titles to offer.

Despite this week experiencing a slow down, it's actually surprising that some rumors suggest interesting titles coming this end of July. In a recent report, Marvel's Ultimate Alliance 1&2 are expected to arrive on the 26th of July and for those who haven't previously purchase the game, it has a price tag of $39.99 each or if you buy them in bundle, costs you around $59.99.

If you wish to see what has been rumored to be on the next issue of the "Xbox One backwards compatibility" feature, some unconfirmed titles include, Sonic the Hedgehog 4 Episodes 1 and 2, Pac-Man Museum, Fret Nice, Capcom Arcade Cabinet, Bionic Commando Rearmed 2, Neogeo Battle Coliseum and Crystal Defenders.

With over 200 titles on the "Xbox One backwards compatibility" list and at least 160 titles being shelved lately, it could be that you have missed some of the greatest titles in the feature. To give you a recap, last month's "Xbox One backwards compatibility" feature added the titles Assassin's Creed, Dead Space, Halo Wars, Left for Dead 2, Gunstar Heroes, Outland, SoulCalibur 2 HD and Saints Row IV. Currently, players are still waiting for the final arrival of Bioshock, Bioshock 1&2, Bioshock Infinite and Skate 3.

Have you seen your own personal choice of title in the latest "Xbox One backwards compatibility" list? Don't miss the latest updates on the feature by checking on GamenGuide.com.

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