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Xbox One Backward Compatibility: Check Out The List Of Expected Games

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Xbox One Backward Compatibility is likely to receive seven new games in this week. The list of Xbox One Backward Compatibility expected games include Sonic 4: Episodes 1&2, Fret Nice, Bionic Commando Rearmed 2, Crystal Defenders, NEOGEO BATTLE COLISEUM, Capcom Arcade Cabinet and Pac-Man Museum.

Gears of War 4 is expected to enter the Backward Compatibility list in October. Red Dead Redemption is already available as the Backward Compatibility game. Recently, Interpol: The Trail of Dr. Chaos joined the BC list. The game was initiated released in 2009. It was developed by TikGames.

?A mysterious and dangerous criminal believed to have been in hiding for over a decade, has suddenly re-surfaced. The target of your mission is Dr. Vladimir Chaosky, aka Dr. Chaos. Agencies have been trying to track him down since the Cold War, and now, more than ever, you must bring him to justice. Your mission is to apprehend the evil doctor through global investigative work. Your expertise in tracking fugitives and analyzing crime scenes will help you succeed,? the game?s description reads.

Assassin?s Creed, ?Bellator: MMA Onslaught, Borderlands, Call of Duty: Black Ops, Counter Strike: Global Offensive, ?Dark Souls, ?Doom 1 and 2, Fallout 3 and Fallout: New Vegas, Gears of War (1,2 and 3), Halo, Left 4 Dead (1 and 2), ?Star Wars: The Force Unleased (I and II), ?Tom Clancy?s Rainbow Six Vegas (1 and 2), The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings are the other expected games, according to GameNGuide.

Xbox Head of First Party Publishing, Shannon Loftis has teased that 14 games are getting ready to enter Xbox One Backward Compatibility. ??I head first party game publishing for Xbox One or Windows 10 or any of our platforms. ?We right now have, i think, 14 games in development. We talked about four of those this morning ? Killer Instinct, Scalebound, State of Decay 2, and ReCore,” Shannon Loftis ?said. Loftis also revealed that Crackdown 3, which was announced earlier has been moved into 2017, and there are a few other ones that aren?t quite ready to be talked about yet.

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