Interpol: The Trail of Dr. Chaos is now available for Xbox One players in the Microsoft Xbox One backwards compatibility library. Microsoft Studios added Red Dead Redemption for Xbox One last week.
On Xbox Store, the Xbox One backwards compatibility list of games features Interpol. On his official Twitter account, Larry Hryb aka Major Nelson confirmed that the game is now available for download. The official Xbox Store page suggests that the game?s file size is just around 887MB. The game allows up to four players to play in co-op mode, and it also offers several mini quests. Players will need to find and kill Dr. Chaos after collecting clues and evidence.
Developed by TikGames, Interpol is the latest addition in the backwards compatibility program. The game was originally released in 2007 for PC, and it arrived later on Xbox 360 and PS3. However, as far as the game?s performance is concerned, the game did not receive positive feedback from critics. The game features puzzles which players need to solve to progress. The game has been criticized for its poor graphics and inconsistency in gameplay mechanics.
Meanwhile, there are still plenty of in-progress games that have yet to be given backwards compatibility. Highly requested titles include Skate 3 and the three Bioshock games. Until then, Interpol is there to entertain you with mini puzzle activities.
Microsoft has been receiving pretty impressive response for its Xbox One backwards compatibility program. The library now has over 200 titles. Microsoft regularly adds a new game that is ready for the Xbox One console.
Microsoft recently added Red Dead Redemption to Xbox One Backwards Compatibility library and the game?s arrival has increased the sales tremendously. The Xbox Store and even physical stores have seen a huge demand for the game. On Amazon, a ranking list Movers and Shakers indicated a rise of 6000 percent in the sales of Red Dead Redemption.