Latest Xbox One Backward Compatibility Headlines Darksiders, AC Revelations And More
It seems like owners of Xbox One will be pleased with Microsoft's recent announcement regarding the update on Xbox One Backward Compatibility program. The tech giant confirms that three new games were being added to the list. These newly added games are considered as AAA Xbox 360 games, which is reasonably great games for players to try and play.
According to Gamingbolt, these three games involved are no other than the Darksiders, Darksiders 2 and Assasin's Creed Revelations. Apparently, fans are not new to the two games as they had been announced for next month's Games With Gold. With Darksiders 2 clearly being new to the lineup, it was difficult to deny that this trio is captivating to be made available on Xbox One.
Meanwhile, Assassin's Creed Revelations are considered as the underperforming title between the titles under Ezio Trilogy. However, it is still a decent game and better compared to the later games of the series. On the other hand, both Darksiders 1 and Darksiders 2 remain upright despite the negativities surrounding the two titles. For instance, Darksiders 1 being a great Zelda clone, while Darksiders 2 quite messed things up.
Express UK previously reported that Darksiders would be available on April 1, while Assassin's Creed Revelations will be on April 16 as part of April 2017's Games With Gold. Microsoft's Xbox Backward Compatibility program currently has a massive list of games already made available such as Assassin's Creed Rogue, Borderlands 2, Call of Duty: Black Ops and more. With the current addition, it goes to show that the program continues to expand through time.
Xbox Backward Compatibility of Xbox 360 games was first introduced during E3 last 2015 being Microsoft's big surprise during the event. Apparently, the company is actively rolling out new additions every month since its debut later that year.
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