Microsoft recently revealed their Black Friday gaming deals. Along with the revelation is the surprising list of new Xbox One backwards compatibility games. Microsoft released their latest price cut on game titles and it included ?The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion? and ?Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3″. ?What caught the eye of the prying public are?the two games mentioned to be playable on the Xbox One console.
The two titles featured on the latest Microsoft Black Friday deals are not officially confirmed for the Xbox One backwards compatibility games list. But the fact that they appeared and are mentioned to be playable on the BC feature, fans can?t help but speculate on these latest titles.
Xbox One Backwards Compatibility list
Meanwhile, the Xbox One backwards compatibility update delivered ?titles that belong on the Top 10 most requested backwards compatible titles. They include ?Skate 3,? Mass Effect 2? and ?Mass effect 3.? Prior to that, the BC feature also included titles like ?Blue Dragon,? ?Guardian Heroes,? ?Operation Flashpoint: Red River? and ?Scarygirl.?
Expect more price cuts on the next Xbox One backwards compatibility feature before Black Friday arrives. Players who previously have the BC titles on their Xbox 360 consoles don?t need to download the game. It will automatically appear on the Xbox One store. Otherwise, players will need to purchase and download the game on the current gen console.
No news about the recently featured ?Call of Duty: Black Ops II? arriving on the Xbox One backwards compatibility. Despite fans expecting it to arrive this holiday season, Microsoft remains mum about the title. ?After that, the backwards compatibility feature came and left without a hint of Black Ops II arriving soon.
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