Microsoft has released six new Backwards Compatibility games for its console, Xbox One, and it revealed the full list of Games with Gold November 2016 update. The company will celebrate the first year of the BC library and previously, Xbox chief Phil Spencer has confirmed that Microsoft will bring some top-requested titles.
Microsoft has explained that the company has launched over 100 titles for the Backwards Compatibility program and in the last year there have been added 170 more games. “Today, you can play more than 280 Xbox 360 games on Xbox One, including my personal favorites, Blue Dragon and Red Dead Redemption – and the library continues to grow. We’re thrilled with the response and engagement we’ve seen from the community with more than 210 million hours of gameplay logged,” said Microsoft.
This week, fans have received more backwards compatibility titles, and the first announced release was Skate 3. Another game that users will play on their Xbox One is Scarygirl, which costs £6.75, and it’s launched alongside Skate 3. The other four games that were made backwards compatible on Xbox One are Mass Effect 2, Mass Effect 3, Operation Flashpoint: Red River and Guardian Heroes. Except for the latter, the other three games were listed by Microsoft as disc only. Fans are waiting for other big titles to be made backwards compatible soon – Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2.
As for the Xbox One Games with Gold November 2016 lineup, they include:
– Super Dungeon Bros: from November 1st until the end of the month;
– Murdered: Soul Suspect: from November 16 until December 15.
The Xbox 360 (& Backwards Compatibility) Games with Gold November 2016 are:
– Monkey Island: SE from November 1-15;
– Far Cry 3 Blood Dragon from November 16-30.
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