The list of titles on the "Xbox One backwards compatibility" list continue to grow as Microsoft steadily releases new titles every week. After the Red Dead Redemption made a grand entrance on the Xbox feature, it brought new hope that more triple A games will be able to make it on the list.
This week, according to Stuff, three new titles arrived on the Xbox One backwards compatibility feature mainly "New Rally X," "Nin-2 Jump" and "Mr. Driller Online." Previously, the backwards compatible list have released games based on players votes and has since featured "Left 4 Dead," "Bloodforge," "Call of Duty: Black Ops" and "Borderland."
As for the "Xbox One backwards compatibility" feature; if you previously owned the game on the Xbox 360 console, you will automatically see the title on the Xbox One console. Otherwise, you may need to manually download the game to your consoles.
Meanwhile, rumors about the Red Dead Redemption getting a sequel emerged online after its Xbox One backwards compatibility appearance debuted last month. Rockstar and Take-Two have not confirmed the rumors, but they previously hinted on wanting RDR to be a franchise title.
Lastly, there are also games scheduled and confirmed to arrive on the "Xbox One backwards compatibility" feature and they include BioShock, BioShock 1&2, BioShock Infinite and Skate 3. Also, some of the games that are said to play perfectly on the recently released Xbox One S include "Alan Wake," "Assassin's Creed II," "Braid," "Deus Ex: Human Revolution," "Dirt 3" and "Gears of War 3."
Microsoft will continue to add new titles on the Xbox One backwards compatibility list in an unspecified schedule so make sure to get updated on the latest. Meanwhile, are you satisfied with the latest titles that arrived on the feature? Don't miss any future titles on the Xbox One backwards compatibility list by reading