As the Xbox One backwards compatibility feature extends its list to more than 230 titles, the latest to arrive is Infinity Ward?s ?Call of Duty 2.? The announcement was made by Larry Hryb, also known as Major Nelson on Twitter. This is not the first time that the Call of Duty series made its way to the backwards compatibility feature. In May, ?Call of Duty: Black Ops? made it to the feature as the request to include the series intensifies.
According to Gamespot, expect to have more ?Call of Duty? titles on the Xbox One backwards compatibility feature because currently, at least five titles from the series are seen on the top requested games for the backwards compatibility feature. With two ?Call of Duty? games now on the library, expect three more to arrive on the backwards compatible list.
If you previously owned ?Call of Duty 2? on the Xbox 360 platform, the game will automatically appear on your Xbox One Store. Otherwise, you will need to manually download the game for the amount of $20 on the Xbox One Store. The game also requires 5.87GB of space on the Xbox One console.
?Call of Duty: Black Ops II? currently holds the top, most requested title in the Xbox One backwards compatibility feature, followed by ?The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim,? ?Modern Warfare 2,? ?Modern Warfare,? ?Modern Warfare 3? and ?World at War.?
Since the launching of the Xbox One backwards compatibility feature, Microsoft?s Xbox One console increased in sales; maybe not enough to surpass the PS4, but enough to hype up the console?s sales. Gamespot also reported that, in the recent stats issued by Microsoft, at least 145 million hours have been spent by players playing Xbox 360 games on the Xbox One console.
In July, one of the most sought titles in the Xbox One backwards compatibility list, ?Red Dead Redemption? arrived. Since then, Microsoft released small titles until today, when ?Black Ops 2? arrived. More Xbox One backwards compatibility list update? Read on TheBitBag.