‘Xbox One Backwards Compatibility' Update: The Moment You've Been Waiting For!
Just recently, we reported our bold predictions for the next Xbox One backwards compatibility titles coming this December. But now, it looks like Microsoft pulled all stops to include what has been rumored for months; coming to the BC Feature. The Bioshock series has finally arrived on the backwards compatibility feature.
The Bioshock Trilogy has been on the rumor loop for months now. This is because Microsoft previously promised its arrival on the Xbox One backwards compatibility list. But without a definite date to release it, it seem hopeless to expect it sooner than today. But as Major Nelson announced it on twitter, it's a title you can definitely scrap from your list of "to wait" on the BC Feature.
The Bioshock Trilogy consists of "Bioshock," "Bioshock 2" and "Bioshock Infinite." Fans who have been hoping to get these games on the Xbox One platform should take advantage of this.
The Bioshock Trilogy on the Xbox One backwards compatibility list was first mentioned alongside "Skate 3," "Mass Effect 2" and "Mass Effect 3." Also, the "Red Dead Redemption" on the backwards compatible feature has been released before Microsoft finally released the Bioshock Trilogy.
Fans who already have a copy of the Bioshock Trilogy on their Xbox 360 console will automatically find the title on the Xbox One Store. No additional fees to download the game. Meanwhile, you will need to purchase and manually download the game on your Xbox One if you have not acquired the game on your former console version.
Just recently, "Shadowrun" arrived on the Xbox One backwards compatibility feature. We can expect more titles especially during the holiday season. For now, some of the rumored titles arriving on the backwards compatibility feature include "The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion" and "Call of Duty: Black Ops 2".
For more news and update on the Xbox One backwards compatibility feature, make sure to check us here on GameNGuide. You may also want to check our bold predictions for the month, which you can read here.