Microsoft?s Larry Hryb has revealed that several new games will be supported and get launched. There are chances that highly anticipated titles. Many have been eager to play games such as Call of Duty Black Ops 2, Modern Warfare 2, Bioshock on Xbox One and hopefully more will come in?the next Xbox One Backwards Compatibility update.
Booking travel for the next three months. Many games to launch and support!
— ? Larry Hryb (@majornelson) September 14, 2016
Larry?Hryb AKA Major Nelson told fans via Twitter that he will move for the next three months. There will be a lot of titles that will be launched and supported?during this time, he said.?Fans believe that Hryb’s announcement means?Microsoft Studios will indeed bring the games they have been waiting for so long. There are several titles that fans have wanted to play on their Xbox One such as Skate 3. The latest Skate game is one of the highly anticipated games that has long been “in development” for the Xbox One backwards compatibility library.?
Games That Might Get Support
As the Bioshock Collection has just arrived on stores, there are chances that Microsoft may add?backwards compatibility support for the series. This month, the company has added many games to the library including Forza Horizon, Joust, Bejeweled 3 and more. Fans are still waiting for the games that have been trending as the most requested titles.
Many fans were disappointed at the Gamescom 2016 and Pax West 2016 events. Fans believed that the company might announce some new backwards-compatible titles during these events. Microsoft?announced?a few games and fans were disappointed that it?didn?t include Call of Duty Black Ops 2, Modern Warfare 2 and Bioshock.
Currently there are more than 230 games in the Xbox One Backwards Compatibility list. Including more Call of Duty games would be a great treat for those who are eagerly waiting for Call of Duty Infinite Warfare and the Call of Duty Modern Warfare remaster. Make sure to check TheBitBag to stay updated about the next Xbox One Backwards Compatibility update.