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Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Update: E3 2016 Event and What it Brought to the Microsoft Feature

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The recent E3 2016 event is one of the most anticipated video game events this year and during its kickoff on June 12, more revelations from Microsoft on its Xbox One Backwards Compatibility list were announced. Featured on the Xbox Live website is the lineup of games prepared by Microsoft for the Xbox One and Windows 10 platform. The biggest line up that includes indie games, Microsoft exclusives and blockbusters include:

    • ARK: SURVIVAL EVOLVED
    • DEAD RISING 4

 

  • BATTLEFIELD 1
  • FINAL FANTASY XV
  • GEARS OF WAR 4
  • FORZA HORIZON 3
  • HALO WARS 2
  • GWENT
  • INSIDE
  • MINECRAFT
  • SEA OF THIEVES
  • RECORE
  • SCALEBOUND
  • STATE OF DECAY 2
  • TEKKEN 7
  • TACOMA
  • WE HAPPY FEW
  • THE DIVISION

 

Previously, Microsoft announced that Halo Wars 2 will be playable in the E3 2106 event. Unfortunately, the much anticipated ?Red Dead Redemption? video game failed to appear in the event. A previous report by TheBitBag revealed how game developer Rockstar said that Red Dead Redemption 2 may eventually be a franchise game. And as a franchise game, they need to deliver more meaningful storylines in order to make it successful.

With some Xbox One Backwards Compatibility titles announced prior to the E3 29016 event, it is noteworthy to remember that some of these titles include ?Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit,? ?Dragon Age II,? ?Fable Anniversary? and ?Fight Night Round 4.?

In other news, Microsoft also made the big reveal of the Xbox One S and its coming this August at a starting price of $300. Rumors about the Xbox One overhaul have been around for quite sometime and when NeoGaf posted an image of the Xbox One S things couldn?t be clearer.

Along with the Xbox One S is the redesigned controller that comes with the new console. Will the arrival of the Xbox One S change things against the PS4 console? Fans know that the Xbox has been trailing the PS4 console in sales and this move might be a good thing to increase the level of competition between the two. Interested to know more about the E3 2016 event and some Xbox One Backwards Compatibility titles? Read on TheBitBag.com for the latest updates.

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