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Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Adds ?Call of Duty 3? on its Library

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The Xbox One backwards compatibility feature remains committed to fans when it comes to the said feature. Just yesterday, Larry Hryb also known as Major Nelson announced on twitter the arrival of Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 on its library.

Meanwhile, the Call of Duty franchise occupies half of the top 10 most voted games in the Xbox One backwards compatibility list. Call of Duty Black Ops II tops the most requested games in the feature; a spot previously occupied by the Red Dead Redemption game.

A recap on games that landed on the Xbox One backwards compatibility list include Bayonetta, de Blob 2 and Arkanoid Live! You will automatically find these games on the Xbox One store. That is, if you had them previously on your Xbox 360 console.?If not, you may purchase them and manually download them on the current gen console.

Other games include Castle of Illusion: Starring Mickey Mouse, Gatling Gears, Forza Horizon and Joust. Microsoft is busy releasing free games on the Xbox One console. Meanwhile the Xbox One backwards compatibility library continues to expand.

Free Xbox One Games this September

This September, free Xbox One games include AirMech Arena, Battle Islands, Frozen Free Fall, Happy Dungeons, HAWKEN, Magic Duels, Star Trek Online and SMITE. October will provide another set of Xbox 360 and Xbox One console free games.

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The arrival of the Red Dead Redemption in July brought speculations that it will soon have a sequel. Unfortunately, Rockstar has not confirmed such. Instead, they hinted on wanting the Red Dead Redemption as a franchise title. Despite the plans, nothing is confirmed and the Red Dead Redemption remains undecided on whether it will get a sequel or a prequel.

For now, the Xbox One backwards compatibility feature is not getting a scheduled release of games. Instead, Microsoft releases games whenever they are ready. Previously, the company said that it is not up to them to decide whether a game is coming to the backwards compatibility feature or not. The game developers are responsible in confirming that and if they are interested in updating their games.

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