As Microsoft expands its Xbox One backwards compatibility list; this week prove to be an exciting week with a total of six titles arriving on the feature. Aside from the top voted titles arriving on the feature, Microsoft also added the titles they promised in the past; despite its late and rather untimely arrival.
On Thursday, Larry Hryb on twitter announced the arrival of ?Bully: Scholarship Edition,? ?Catherine? and ?Raskulls.? Prior to this new titles is the arrival of the Bioshock Trilogy on the Xbox One backwards compatibility feature. The Trilogy featured titles mainly ?Bioshock,? Bioshock 2? and ?Bioshock Infinite.? The trilogy is a promise from Microsoft and despite teasing it few months ago, it?s only now that they included it on the list.
Past Xbox One backwards compatibility titles
Two new titles were also included on the backwards compatible feature; ?Clannad,? ?Planets Under Attack? and ?Skydive? were added on December 16. Currently, the ?Call of Duty: Black Ops 2? stays on top as a fan favorite to arrive on the BC feature. After it was mistakenly included on the list few weeks ago, Microsoft has not mentioned its inclusion again.
The Black Ops 2 title came to light when fans spotted the title on the Xbox One backwards compatibility list. After series of queries, Xbox?s Larry Hryb addressed the issue saying; they have pulled out the title as it was mistakenly posted.
The fae of the ?Call of Duty: Black Ops 2? on the Xbox One backwards compatibility feature is just the same as the ?Red Dead Redemption.? The RDR also arrived on the feature by mistake and Microsoft was quick to remove it from the list. Despite that, some players claim, they were able to play the RDR on the BC feature. The title eventually rejoined the feature after few months.
Since Microsoft makes the announcements first, you can check on the Major nelson website for the latest titles. For more on the latest Xbox One backwards compatibility titles, make sure to check updates here on TheBitBag.