More than 550 Xbox 360 games can now be played on the Xbox One, thanks to the work the company and developers have put into making this possible. As the Xbox team’s own Larry Hryb points out, more than 100 titles have been added this year alone, with more titles on the way next year.
In 2018, Team Xbox added over 100 new titles to Backward Compatibility, bringing the full catalog to over 550 games – 57 of which are Xbox One X Enhanced. We’re taking a break for the holidays, but stay tuned for more BC news in January. Until then, we’ll see you on Xbox Live!? pic.twitter.com/rp4G5iILYt
— Larry Hryb (@majornelson) December 5, 2018
What’s more interesting is that over a tenth of the games are also Xbox One X Enhanced, meaning they have been improved for Microsoft’s high-end console by bringing a 4K game resolution or HDR support.
It’s clear Microsoft is keeping its commitment make the Xbox One the one console for the past, present, and future of gaming, or, at least until the next generation comes out. Until then what title would you like Microsoft to add? Let us know in the comments.Further reading: Backward Compatibility, Microsoft, Xbox One