‘Xbox One Backwards Compatibility’ Update: Check the Latest Titles that Arrived On The Feature; Users May Not Thrilled?

By Staff Reporter , Updated Dec 06, 2016 05:00 AM EST

After the Black Friday event, Microsoft continues to pour in new titles on the Xbox One backwards compatibility feature. Last week, two new games arrived on the feature mainly "Haunted House" and "Injustice: Gods Among Us + disc-only Ultimate Edition". The BC feature has now expanded to over 280 titles in total and it continues to grow as months pass by.

Recently, titles that arrived on the backwards compatibility feature include "Mass effect 2", "Mass Effect 3", "Skate 3" and "Rayman Legends". Along with these titles were "The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion," "Trine 2," "Medal Of Honor Airborne," "Astropop," " Omega Five," "Military Madness," "Dead Space Ignition" and "Escape Dead Island."

During Black Friday, rumors suggested that the "Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3" has already arrived on the Xbox One backwards compatibility list. Unfortunately, this was denied by Larry Hryb saying, there was error when the title appeared on the backwards compatible list.

Over the past months, the Xbox One backwards compatibility list include triple A titles, but it was also criticized for delivering games that were unpopular. Nevertheless, it was a Microsoft feature that most Xbox gamers look forward to every month.

Meanwhile, the rest of the month aside from the Xbox One backwards compatibility list will feature Games with Gold this December. These games come for free to all Xbox Live Gold members, so make sure to grab them before their due date arrives.

As for the Xbox One backwards compatibility list, players who previously owned the titles on the Xbox 360 will automatically find the titles on the Xbox One store. Otherwise, they will need to purchase the game and if needed, manually install it on the current gen console.

For more Xbox One backwards compatibility news and update, make sure to read us here on GameNGuide.

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