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Microsoft Releases Xbox One Backwards Compatibility for March 2016

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Xbox One Backwards Compatibility

Xbox One owners will be delighted to know that Microsoft has already released the list of their Xbox One Backwards Compatibility for March. According to N4BB, a new and updated lists of games have already been released. For the new additions, these include Counter Strike: GO, The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings, Soulcalibur, Small Arms, Aegis of Wings and Space Giraffe.

Take note that the Xbox One Backwards Compatibility for March has also updated its list and has added Sacred 3 and Geometry Wars Evolved from the Xbox 360 games. The addition of Geometry Wars: Retro Evolved was recently announced on the Major Nelson website.

Currently, the Xbox One Backwards Compatibility (BC) program has over 100 games listed. N4BB also reports that games such as Bioshock Infinite and GTA: San Andreas can also be expected soon on the BC program. Although no official announcement has been made for the Halo Wars, some screenshots of the said game already appeared in the Xbox One Marketplace.

The backwards compatibility feature of the Xbox One console has been one of the most interesting part of owning the Microsoft console. Besides being able to play Xbox 360 games on the Xbox One console, there are no additional cost once you have it and decide to integrate it to the Xbox One console.

Most of all, the Xbox One BC feature allows players to cross play on different platforms. Currently, Xbox Live Gold members enjoy free games, both from the Xbox One list and the Xbox 360, all hailing from the Games with Gold program. The advantage of having an Xbox Live Gold account is that you can save current games even without owning the actual consoles and still have access to them, once you decide to purchase one.

Are you looking forward to the March backwards compatibility list of Xbox One? What games are you currently hoping to be featured on the program?

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