Xbox One owners are now able to play five more games that are compatible with the backwards compatibility mode, and while some of them were included in the December 2016 Games with Gold program, the rest were just added to the list.
It seems that Microsoft wants to expand the Xbox One backwards-compatible games list, and the latest titles that have been added are: Burnout Paradise, Military Madness, Omega Five Pure and Rayman Legends. It was previously reported that Burnout Paradise will join the backwards-compatible games list and now gamers who used to play it on their Xbox 360 will compete again in several types of races, on their new Xbox One console. They will find the game in My Games and Apps section of the console, while Omega Five and Military Madness games will be purchased from the Xbox Store, or through Xbox One, and they will cost $9/99.
During the Black Friday sale of Xbox, gamers also noticed that “The Elders Scrolls Skyrim IV: Oblivion” and “Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3” were included in Backwards Compatibility mode, but they were immediately removed by Larry Hryb, to everyone’s dismay.
On the other hand, GTA 5 Online players have received the Biker DLC pack for Xbox One and it seems that there have been discovered some codes that suggest the arrival of six clubhouses and this means that Rockstar Games might release a follow-up update very soon.
As for the list of games that support HDR play on Xbox One S, it includes:
- Call of Duty: Black Ops 3;
- Deus Ex: Mankind Divided;
- Final Fantasy XV;
- Forza Horizon 3;
- Gears of War 4;
- NBA 2K17;
- Pure Chess Ultra;
- World of Tanks.
Also, in 2017 will be added: Resident Evil 7, Recore and Scalebound.
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