Microsoft?s Xbox One Backwards Compatibility games list for August is getting long. During the first 12 days of the month, Microsoft Studios has added five new Xbox 360 games to its BC library. From Ubisoft?s first-person shooter Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon to the rallying game Dirt 3, the company has added games from different genres.
This month, Microsoft Studios added Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon, Mr. Driller Online, New Rally-X, Nin2-Jump, and Shank 2. The company has also added Xbox One wheel support for Dirt 3, Dirt Showdown and Grid 2.
The company adds the game whenever they are ready to be played on Xbox One. Therefore, there are chances that the Xbox One Backwards Compatibility program might introduce some more games in August.
The speculations are high this time. A title which has been playing hide and seek on Xbox One store is again making headlines. It is none other than Activision?s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. The game again appeared in the library, and many believe it will be the next backwards-compatible title from Microsoft. COD: Modern Warfare 2 is not the only anticipated title Xbox One fans want. COD: Black Ops 2 and Elders Scroll 5: Skyrim have long secured their top positions as the most voted games to have backwards compatibility support.
We usually hear Xbox One Backwards Compatibility news from Larry Hryb aka Major Nelson. However, Xbox head Phil Spencer recently confirmed another Xbox 360 title which is in the works for Xbox One. Through his official Twitter account, Spencer revealed that Microsoft is working on bringing Blue Dragon on Xbox One. The studio head has not confirmed anything else about the game?s arrival.
I'm not allowed to say but yes.
— Phil Spencer (@XboxP3) August 4, 2016
As the company has already added five new games in the first few days of the month, there are chances that we?ll see more games in the Xbox One Backwards Compatibility library this August.