‘Xbox One Backwards Compatibility’ Update: Halloween Feature Titles Now Up! See What You've Missed So Far
The Xbox One backwards compatibility feature has expanded to over 250 titles in its featured library. Nevertheless, Microsoft has no plans of slowing down, with the recent new titles arriving on the backward compatible feature. Many believe, November will bring new titles on the feature, but for now, we give you a recap of October's titles; something that you may have missed so far.
Few days ago, Microsoft released their latest titles for the Xbox One backwards compatibility feature and they include "Half Life 2: Episode 2," "Team Fortress 2" and "Portal." Aside from the Orange Box titles, two more were also included mainly "Galaga Legions" and "Joe Danger 2: The Movie."
We can expect another set of Xbox One backwards compatibility titles this week, and prior to the end of the month. November however, is expected to arrive with an even more interesting lineup with few predictions mainly "Call of Duty: Black Ops 2." To complete the past two week's backwards compatibility titles, the feature also received "Silent Hill: Downpour," "Tour de France 2011," "Eat Lead," "Battlestations: Midway," "Jurassic Park: The Game" and "Puzzle Quest."
Meanwhile, Xbox Games with Gold for November predictions include the early arrival of "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare" and "Red Dead Redemption 2." An interesting rumor related to the Xbox One backwards compatibility title "Half Life 2" is that, "Half Life 3" including its VR version could possibly arrive soon? The report came from IGN when a mystery code was spotted on latest update on Dota 2.
The line that said "used to force the HLVR player to speak" indicated the Half Life VR version? All of these Xbox One backwards compatibility predictions were brought by a single code from a Dota 2 game. This November, will bring new surge of titles for the feature, but until then, we can only expect few more titles arriving before the month's set.