Well, here we are, again. Five new games got added to Xbox One Backward Compatibility list today. Microsoft’s Major Nelson (Larry Hryb) announced these games on his Twitter account.
— 💬 Larry Hryb (@majornelson) September 8, 2016
With these titles added, the Xbox One backward compatibility list has expanded to more than 210 titles. Microsoft frequently adds new games to the list and it is growing pretty fast. If you owned any of these games on an Xbox 360, you can just pop in the disk on your Xbox One and play the games for free or if it is the other case, you can buy these games too.
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Bayonetta, de Blob 2 and 3 More New Games Added to Xbox One Backward Compatibility
The five new games added to the Xbox One BC list are:
- Bayonetta (2010).
- de Blob 2 (2011).
- ARKANOID Live! (2009).
- Of Orcs and Men (2012).
- QIX++ (2009).
So there you have it. These are the new games that got added to the list. Stay tuned to GeeksULTD for more.
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