'Xbox One Backwards Compatibility' Latest News & Updates: Call of Duty 2 Added On The Xbox One Backwards Compatibility List
Microsoft has been expanding its set games to be available for the "Xbox One Backward Compatibility" list. But some gamers are still expecting for more games to be included in the list.
Xbox Live's Major Nelson has recently added nine new games to the list of compatible games for the "Xbox One Backwards Compatibility" according to Daily Star UK. And now, he has reportedly announced on his Twitter another huge game from Activision.
On an Xbox forum, it can be seen the tally of their top ten most requested games for their "Xbox One Backwards Compatibility" and it seem that the game "Call of Duty" currently leads the poll
The most requested game of "Call of Duty" to be available in the "Xbox One Backwards Compatibility" is the "Call of Duty: Black Ops II" which has received a total of 187,621 votes. Aside from "Black Ops II," three other "Call of Duty" games have made it to the top ten list.
"Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2" made it to the top 3 of the most requested game followed by "Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare" which placed fourth. The games "Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3" and "Call of Duty: World at War" are in the 5th and 6th spot, respectively.
The game "The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim" got the second spot on the "Xbox One Backward Compatibility" list. According to Mobile & Apps, the game developer of "Skyrim," Bethesda has recently announced a remastered version of the game and will be released on October 28 and will be available in PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
Bethesda also announced on their Twitter that those PC gamers who already have their own original "Skyrim" and all its add-ons or for those own Legendary Edition on Steam will get an upgrade to "Skyrim" Special Edition for free on October 28
The other games included in the top ten most requested game to be included in the "Xbox One Backwards Compatibility" list are the games "Mass Effect 3," "Grand Theft Auto IV," "Mass Effect 2" and "Batman: Arkham City"