Xbox One Backward Compatibility Lineup Has Added Two New Games

Xbox One's backwards compatibility lineup added two new games - the Forza Horizon and Castle of Illusion that stars Mickey Mouse.

Forza Horizon is a racing game which has an open-road environment during gameplay. This game targets car enthusiasts, and brings them to a realistic racing experience. It is based on a fictional Horizon Festival in the streets of Colorado.

Castle of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse is a side-scrolling game. The player manipulates Mickey Mouse while he enters the Castle of Illusion to rescue Minnie Mouse. The game has the antagonist named Mizrabel, an evil witch who wants to take away Minnie's youth.

Based on the reports from Eurogamer, the backward compatibility feature does not require existing owners of the game to pay an extra cost. It is readily available for re-downloading. Advanced feature of the Xbox One such as Game DVR, Screenshots, and Windows 10 streaming are also made available through the compatibility features. Players can also keep their Xbox 360 game saves, game add-ons, achievement and Gamerscore. Even if your friends are on a different console, you can still play multiplayer with them. It also works well with both disc-based and digital games.

According to Gamespot, the Xbox One's backward compatibility feature has been found to elicit overwhelming results since its released in November 2015. Users of the Xbox One have already consumed a total result of 145 million hours playing Xbox 360 games. There are already over 230 games in the Xbox One's backward compatibility lineup.

How to Install Xbox 360 Backward Compatible Games on Xbox One?

For disc-based games, the disc has to be inserted and the console will automatically download the game to the gamer's hard drive.

For digital users, the titles are already part of the Back Compact game catalog. The "Ready to Install" notification will automatically show up in the Games section of the Xbox One.


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