One of the most-requested features by fans, Xbox One Backward Compatibility was launched last month to much fanfare, allowing Xbox owners to relive the glory of Microsoft’s previous console system. The library initially offered 104 Xbox 360 titles playable on the Xbox One along with a promise of monthly update, and true to their words, today, that number has grown by 14, announces Larry ‘Major Nelson’ Hyrb on his website.
The full set of Halo experience on Xbox One
While the new offerings are mostly XBLA and indie titles, there are a number of wish-fulfilling, AAA-experience items, chief among which the long-awaited arrival of Halo: Reach, rounding out the Halo experience on Xbox One. Other notable titles include indie smash hit Braid, Fable 3, Kane & Lynch 2, and Deus Ex: Human Revolution. The full list of the new Backward Compatible game is as follows:
For the players
The games are of course, added per customer feedback, and the Xbox team is encouraging gamers to continuing voting on the Uservoice page for their favorite games, which will be added to the catalog ‘on a regular basis’. The program shows Microsoft’s impressive effort in listening to its customers, rare among big tech companies. If you have an Xbox 360 classic in mind that you want for your One, we suggest you take the opportunity to cast a vote.Further reading: Backward Compatibility, Major Nelson, Microsoft, Xbox One