Call Of Duty: Black Ops 2 Arriving To Xbox One Backward Compatibility Program?

Since the Xbox One Backwards Compatibility program was introduced, there are a bunch of particular game titles that fans keep on requesting. Apparently, some of these requested games are already added to the lineup such as Red Redemption, the latest addition GTA IV and several Call of Duty games. 

According to the report from Attack of the Fanboy, there are lots of fans asking when the said Call of Duty game will arrive to the program and rumors are now starting to spread online regarding its possible release. However, Xbox's Phil Spencer said that these current rumors are wrong and added that fans won't see the game for a while.

Based on the report, one fan was asking Spencer on Twitter regarding the rumored release of Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 on Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Program next week. He quickly replied that it would not, which urged an additional investigation regarding the game's arrival this month, prolonging the deadline over a week. However, Spencer's comment to this states that these rumors are not legit.

Apparently, Phil Spencer is perhaps in the best position to comment regarding the future game releases on Xbox One Backwards Compatibility program. Though he does mention that he can't comment on third party releases, however, Xbox is still involved in the process at various points. Probably, he just prefers not to drop any comments regarding the topic.

Meanwhile, Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 is cherished by millions of gamers around the globe, with most of them still sticking to the game despite the new entries in the series. On the other hand, making it playable on Xbox One would be great for the community.

Though it might somehow affect the player-base for Modern Warfare Remastered and Infinity War, however, it is not too bad that Activision will avoid making the game. As of the moment, it is just a matter of waiting for them to make things happen.

 

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