Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Latest News & Update: Program Games Case Shows Better Marketing; Microsoft Not Slowing Down? More Details Here
The Xbox One Backwards Compatibility program may have done one more right thing to add to their arsenal against the console wars. As being backwards compatible is good enough for those who follow the works of Microsoft, the company's action cannot be ruled out as worthless.
It was said recently that the Xbox One Backwards Compatibility program added another plethora of games to its library. For those unaware, the Xbox One Backwards Compatibility, as the name suggests, permits gamers to enjoy the benefits of the traditional Xbox 360 games through the newer Xbox One. Proof of the efforts made by Microsoft has recently gone online, and fans may not be able to say anything less than spectacular.
According to a NeoGAF post, photos of new games that were given Xbox One Backwards Compatibility have spread online, namely "Fallout 3 Game of the Gear Edition" and the "DOOM 3 BFG Edition." Both games are from Bethesda respectively, with some fans finding the idea of having a case for the game talking of the compatibility. Though labelled in fine print, the compatibility declaration was the only fine-printed text and is still rather obvious.
Previous reports have talked about how Microsoft has not taken a step back in making more games for the Xbox One Backwards Compatibility program. Not only has the plan come into apparent fruition, but the flow on which the games are slowly emerging seems to be consistent. Though it has not been a habit of the company to reveal the games too early, there have been key points that lead to the succession of what could come next in the form of hints.
As to how far the Xbox One Backwards Compatibility can go, everything else has stayed enigmatic and there is no telling just yet. Check back for more news and updates here at GamenGuide about the Xbox One Backwards Compatibility.