As Microsoft prepares to wrap up the year; the surge of new titles coming to the Xbox One Backwards Compatibility list also arrives. Fans are drawn to the gaming platform more than ever before; with at least two new titles arriving twice a week on the feature, .
This week, we round up the games that arrived on the feature in the past two weeks; plus the latest new titles that arrived on the feature. Larry Hryb announced these will be the last set this year. With the Bioshock Trilogy announced a few days ago, fans couldn?t be more surprised to finally have it.
After Bioshock, Bioshock 2 and Bioshock Infinite arrived on the Xbox One backwards compatibility feature, six more also came as announced on Twitter by Larry Hryb. The latest titles include Skydive, Planets Under Attack, Bully: Scholarship Edition, Raskulls, Catherine and CLANNAD (available in Japan only).
Previous Xbox One backwards compatibility titles
Shadowrun, Space Ark, Pure, Shotest Shogi ?and Rayman Legends arrived on the Xbox One backwards compatibility list prior to the arrival of these new titles. Meanwhile, as part of the Xbox One BC Feature anniversary; Microsoft also released the Xbox 360 Classic Lost Odyssey on the backwards compatibility feature.
Meanwhile, Xbox Live Gold members will be able to get their free games this December; as Microsoft announced its Games with Gold already. The Xbox Games with Gold titles include Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition available from December 1-31 on Xbox One, Outlast available from December 16- January 15 on Xbox One, Outland available from December 1-15 on Xbox 360 & Xbox One and Burnout Paradise available from December 16-31 on Xbox 360 & Xbox One.
Despite the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered, Raven Software said ?We?re excited to support this great game with new content, beginning today with a ton of new customisation items that allow for a level of personalization that wasn?t possible in the original release in 2007. Personalization is a big part of Call of Duty and something we?ve done in the series; for a while now that fans really enjoy.?