Xbox One's Backwards Compatibility Program continues to expand as it adds another wave of solid game titles to the lineup. Earlier this week, it was reported that Oblivion and Trine 2 were added to the list together with Medal of Honor: Airborne and Astropop. Currently, it was announced that two of the best games namely Injustice: Gods Among Us and Atari's 2010 sequel to Haunted House is now playable On Xbox One.
For those who are uninitiated, Xbox One Backward Compatibility program has started long ago and currently it has now tons of game titles on the list. With the new Xbox One Experience, it is said to be one of the most popular features included in the update. For several months now, Xbox fans have been relishing the chance of playing some of their favorite Xbox 360 game titles on their Xbox One.
Meanwhile, the recent additions Injustice: Gods Among Us and Haunted House the total of game titles that are backwards compatible as to date is 297. In addition, based on the report from VG247, Injustice: Gods Among Us will include disc-only Ultimate Edition content. On the other hand, Major Nelson states that he will update his blog post regarding Xbox One Backward Compatibility in order to address multiple questions and concerns. He also added that attending to the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) and mentioning the most significant area of Backward Compatibility will also be one of his priorities.
For those fans who wanted to know more about the Xbox One Backward Compatibility program, how it works and how the titles are released, you can click on the link here to redirect you to the podcast. In addition, Major Nelson compiled all the playable games via the backwards compatibility in a .PDF file and can be downloaded by clicking the link here.
Overall, Xbox One Backward Compatibility program is a great avenue for players to enjoy their favorite game titles on current consoles. While it is expected that the number on that list will continue to grow as more game titles will be announced soon.