During Microsoft Press Conference at E3, Phil Spencer and the team embraced their already-released Xbox One backwards-compatible titles and confirmed that fans can expect more updates this year. Microsoft has been adding games to backwards-compatible list without prior announcements, catching fans off guard on the new titles available for download.
Forbes gave a round-up on the latest Xbox 360 games that are now playable on Xbox One. Titles like Skate 3, BioShock 1, 2 and Bishock Infinite will soon be available. Lazy Raiders and Aqua, Anomaly: Warzone Earth has been added to the list. Other games like XCOM: Enemy Within, Foul Play, MONOPOLY PLUS & SEGA Bass Fishing are also now playable, Daily Star reported.
Microsoft will be soon be releasing more titles like Call of Duty: Black Ops for backward compatibility. Xbox One gamers have more games to look forward to, as new games are being added to the list almost every week.
Xbox One Price Drops
Xbox One’s price dropped to $279 after Microsoft unveiled their updated consoles. From the looks of it, Microsoft wants to increase Xbox One sales before attempting to succeed with Xbox One S and Xbox One Scorpio. Recent news has also suggested that the new “Scorpio” version can only reach its full potential in a 4K TV.
The major price drop of Xbox One console along with more announcements of Xbox 360 backwards-compatible titles for the current generation console would urge gamers in the community to move past 360. It may look like a long shot but the dots connect.
In other news, Microsoft has also confirmed the release of its new feature — Xbox Play anywhere. The feature, if added to any Xbox One title will make the game playable on Windows 10 as well. Fans will be able to experience it for the first time in Gears of War 4, which will come out on Oct. 11.
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