Xbox One Backward Compatibility News & Update: Microsoft Updates Xbox One Game Library; Check Out New Titles Here!

By Louise Bonquin , Updated Nov 21, 2016 05:13 AM EST

Xbox One Backward Compatibility game list grows as Microsoft added new games to the roster of compatible titles for the console. Four of the games were revealed late last week and it was said that two more are on the way.

The two titles are expected to arrive to the Xbox One Backward Compatibility library in the coming days or weeks. The four new titles have been posted on Major Nelson's latest update on the compatibility list.

For this week's Xbox One Backward Compatibility update, the Xbox 360 classic games that are now playable on Xbox One include "Dead Space Ignition," "Escape Dead Island," "Military Madness," and "Omega Five." Although not yet verified, it was first reported that the other two games would be "Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3" and "The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion."

For players who already have these games before they were added to the Xbox One Backward Compatibility list, they do not have to download them on Xbox One console anymore. The new titles will automatically appear in their Xbox One game library so it is hassle-free.

On the other hand, for gamers who do not have the game yet but want to get the new titles on the Xbox One Backward Compatibility, then they can just buy it. It is available on Xbox Store and finding them is easy because they are grouped under the Xbox 360 backwards compatibility list.

Meanwhile, Xbox One gamers should also take advantage of the Xbox Black Friday event which will begin this week. Lots of games including "Battlefield 1" and "FIFA 17" are up for sale, with as much as 60 percent off. There are games that are already in Xbox One Backward Compatibility list so it is nice to get them at discounted prices.

Game & Guide reported that Xbox Gold subscribers will also get additional ten percent discount on the games included in the Xbox Black Friday sale. This event will officially begin on Nov. 21 and ends on Nov. 28. As for the Xbox One Backward Compatibility, more games are on the way!

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