‘Xbox One Backwards Compatibility’ Update: Three New Titles Arrived on the Feature Topping the List to Over 300 Titles

By Staff Reporter , Updated Dec 15, 2016 10:06 PM EST
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As Microsoft continues to expand the list of titles in the Xbox One backwards compatibility list, three new titles arrived today. Reports reveal that, Rockstar's "Bully: Scholarship Edition" has joined the backwards compatibility feature alongside "Catherine" and "Ruskulls." Players who previously downloaded the games on the Xbox 360 platforms will automatically find the titles on their Xbox One consoles.

Players who did not have these latest Xbox One backwards compatibility titles on their console can buy the games at $15 / 2.96 GB for the "Bully: Scholarship Edition." Meanwhile, "Catherine" is priced at $20 / 5.26 GB and "Ruskulls" at $10 (152 MB).

Few days ago, Microsoft released the Bioshock Trilogy on the Xbox One backwards compatibility list; something that most fans have been waiting for. The trilogy consists of "Bioshock," "Bioshock 2" and "Bioshock Infinite." Prior to that, titles such as "Shadowrun," "Mass Effect 2" and "Mass Effect 3" also arrived on the BC Feature.

Rockstar's "Bully: Scholarship Edition" just celebrated its 10th year anniversary and prior to its arrival on the BC Feature; the developer made sure it carried the necessary updates. According to the Gamespot, the game's Android and iOS version has been updated not only as part of its 10th year anniversary, but also in preparation of its arrival on the Xbox One backwards compatibility list.

Meanwhile, you expect more titles coming before the year ends. For now, we have few A list titles that we expect to arrive this month and that includes "Call of Duty: Black Ops 2," "The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion" and "Dragon Age: Origins."

Take note that Xbox One backwards compatibility titles are put under development after Microsoft gain licensing from developers. That being said, it may take a while before your favorite title will arrive on the backwards compatible feature.

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

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