Xbox One Backward Compatibility News & Update: New Titles Revealed; Gold December 2016 Lineup Unveiled, Find Out Here!
Xbox game console users now have the reason to celebrate as new titles are now added to the list of Xbox One Backward Compatibility. This might be the best Thanksgiving gift ever as "Burnout Paradise," "Rayman Legends" and "Pure" are now ready to be played on the said version of the game unit.
According to VG247, "Burnout Paradise, "Rayman Legends" and "Pure" are the newest Xbox 360 titles that will be played on Xbox One via Xbox One Backward Compatibility. As Per Major Nelson's Xbox One Backward Compatibility site, the support for the game "Pure" is though the disc version only.
The site, too, has the complete list of Xbox One Backward Compatibility games. With the Backward Compatibility, the selling point for Xbox One increases that could also help Project Scorpio when Microsoft is ready to unveil the newest device.
Developing Xbox One Backward Compatibility takes a lot of work, from engineering to legal processing with game's publishers. However, the positivity and good reviews it brings take its toll on Microsoft as the Xbox 360 games are being built up to be played on Xbox One that makes the users pretty much satisfied.
Aside from Xbox One Backward Compatibility, "Burnout Paradise" is also included in the Gold December 2016 lineup. It was revealed in 2015 that the said game would be part of the BC library, but fans were still waiting for the Bioshock trilogy to arrive, Daily Express reported.
Meanwhile, along with the Xbox One Backward Compatibility announcement, the games for the coming Gold December 2016 lineup was also revealed by Microsoft. Game enthusiasts are also about to witness new Xbox One and Xbox 360 titles that would go live in December.
"Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition" on Xbox One will be available to download for the whole month of December, while "Outland" on Xbox 360 will be "switched out" starting on Dec. 16. Both titles will be the first games to go live in December. For the complete list of Xbox One Backward Compatibility titles, click here.