Xbox One Backward Compatibility Update: December Titles Released Include Games From ‘Mortal Kombat’ Creator? ‘Injustice,’ ‘Haunted House’ On List? ‘Skyrim’ Coming Soon?
Xbox One backward compatibility update has revealed six games that are free this week in December. The list is an addition to its growing library for the past week. The announcement came through the Larry Major Nelson Hryb's Twitter account.
The Xbox 360 original games were made available in Xbox One backward compatibility list which includes "The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion," "Medal of Honor Airborne," "Trine 2," "Astroprop," "Injustice: Gods Among Us" and "Haunted House." These titles in December are definitely bigger than last week's announcement.
The recent titles released for Xbox One backward compatibility for December are as fantastic as those released in November like "Skate 3," "Mass Effect 2" and "Mass Effect 3." The total number of Xbox 360 games with backward compatibility with Xbox One is now on 297 and hard core gamers cannot wait for it to reach at least 300! Last week Xbox One has four new games in the backward compatibility list which are "Omega Five," "Military Madness," "Dead Space Ignition," and "Escape Dead Island."
Fans of the DC universe are excited to get a chance to play their favourite heroes and villains this year through the Xbox One backward compatibility released this December. From the creator of "Mortal Kombat," "Injustice: Gods Among Us" will be one of the best fighting games in the list. It was a hit when it was launched several years ago. Gamers just love the familiar characters and unique brawls and fighting engine it was using.
Microsoft's announcement of Xbox One backward compatibility is enough to get gamers excited. However, some are fans wondering if "Skyrim" will soon join the list in December. Do you think "Skyrim" will be included in the list? What other games do you want to see added on the Xbox One backward compatibility? Tell us what you thin and stay tuned to GamenGuide for the latest news and update.