Xbox One Backward Compatibility Introduces Four More New Titles; 'Red Dead Redemption' A Possibility?

Microsoft is set to unleash tons of games for its Xbox One Backward Compatibility. Indeed, there is no stopping the tech giant as it has yet another set of games due for the feature.

June has certainly become the busiest month for Xbox One Backward Compatibility. And yet, the list of games continues to rise as each day passes. Without a doubt, this has piqued the interest of fans.

According to Express, the company is title after title for Xbox One Backward Compatibility feature. Among these games include "Bloodforge," "Gripshift," "Mars: War Logs" and "Go! Go! Break Steady." The big reveal was reportedly made by Major Nelson just recently.

It should be noted, however, that only "Mars: War Log" is the title not published by Microsoft Studios in the latest batch. The game is under the umbrella of Focus Home Interactive.

Sure enough, the response to Xbox One Backward Compatibility has been very overwhelming. Microsoft iterated that almost 100 million combined hours are being spent by users playing games compatible to the so-called feature.

With the latest four additions, Xbox One Backward Compatibility now has a total of 213 games on the list. But not just that, the company revealed they are set to release more in the next few days or so. Speaking of which, this brings the rumored coming of "Red Dead Redemption."

GameSpot reports that a number of fans have been hoping for "Red Dead Redemption" to Xbox One Backward Compatibility. The title first became playable on Microsoft's system simply because of an error earlier this year. But up until now, it has yet to be officially introduced to the program in one way or another.

Also on the hopeful list of Xbox One Backward Compatibility is "The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim." However, it joins the rank of titles that have less chances of arriving to the feature.

Check out all the Xbox One Backward Compatibility games here.

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