‘Xbox One Backwards Compatibility’ Update: Three New Titles Arrived On Microsoft Feature; See What You Have Missed So Far
It's been over a year since the Xbox One backwards compatibility has been launched. Today, the feature has more 290 titles in its library. That will now change as Microsoft recently added three more titles to the BC feature. The titles include "Shadowrun," "Space Ark" and "Shotest Shogi." Microsoft's backwards compatible feature has been one of their greatest Xbox One asset and it is seen to continue growing in the years to come.
Meanwhile, if you haven't been updated with the latest Xbox One backwards compatibility features; some of the titles that arrived include "Skate 3," "Mass Effect 2" and "Mass Effect 3." Unfortunately, the recently teased "Call of Duty: Black Ops 2" remain missing on the backwards compatible list.
If it's any consolation, the possibility of the "Call of Duty: Black Ops 2" coming to the Xbox One backwards compatibility is very high. Apparently, it pass the same situation as the "Red Dead Redemption" when it was made available on the BC feature, only to be taken down after few days. Last July, Red Dead finally made it to the backwards compatible for good.
The same thing could happen to the Black Ops 2 coming to the backwards compatibility feature. Fortunately, fans can now be sure that it is under updating and development and it will be only few months before "Call of Duty: Black Ops 2" will be seen on the Xbox One backwards compatibility feature.
Players who previously owned the titles will automatically find the new Xbox One backwards compatibility titles on the Xbox One Store. Otherwise players may need to purchase the games wherein "Shadowrun" costs $15 and "Space Ark" and "Shotest Shogi" at $10 per piece.
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