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Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Update: BOLD Predictions for July

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After Microsoft downplayed announcing any new titles for the Xbox One backwards compatibility at the recent E3 2016 event, the company is now redeeming themselves by announcing 7 new titles in their catalog. According to the EXPRESS UK, the titles include ?Crystal Quest,? ?Fallout: New Vegas,? ?Blood Knights,? ?Comic Jumper & I Am Alive,? ?Joe Danger,? ?Chronicles of Mystara? and ?Red Faction Battlegrounds.?

Previously, the Xbox One backwards compatibility featured top 2 of the most requested backwards-compatible games and they were ?Left 4 Dead? and ?Portal 2.? The long list continues to give Xbox One users the advantage of being able to play Xbox 360 games in the next-gen Xbox one console. And now that the list has been revealed and a few more selections have been added to the backwards-compatible feature, it?s time to make some bold predictions on what may possibly arrive this July. ?First off, fans are still waiting for ?Red Dead Redemption? to arrive on the Xbox One backwards compatibility feature. Have fans been waiting for it? Yes! Ever since the title made an appearance at the XBox One Store for a very short period of time.

Aside from ?Red Dead Redemption? possibly making it to the backwards-compatible feature, there?s also Skyrim and Call of Duty: Black Ops II; also candidates to arrive this July. Prior to the E3 2016 event, TheBitBag reported on some titles that may eventually come out, but since Microsoft came and went without revealing much of the feature, let alone upcoming titles, some of the mentioned games include ?Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit,? ?Burnout Revenge,? ?Dragon Age,? ?Fight Night Round 4? and ?Fable Anniversary.?

Meanwhile, there have been previous reports that some of the confirmed games to arrive on the Xbox One backwards compatibility games include ?Bioshock,? ?Bioshock 2? and ?Skate 3.?

You may also checkout some Xbox Games with Gold for any upcoming titles on your Xbox One console. Meantime, you can enjoy the current titles available for the Xbox One backwards compatibility list and wait next month for a new set of Xbox 360 game updates here on TheBitBag.com.

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