Xbox One will be ending its backwards compatibility soon, and Microsoft has released the final batch of supported games.
The list will add a total of 23 new games to the backwards-compatible list, alongside 8 games that’ll be getting Xbox One X enhanced updates.
Just quickly glancing at the list brings some nostalgic memories to mind that I’ll be playing right away. The original Splinter Cell games are now all available. Unreal Championship 2 is fun for days. Armed and Dangerous will be awesome to play through again.
Xbox One will also have DLC free of charge for buyers of these games, meaning if you buy these older titles, you’ll get all the DLC at no extra charge. You can check out the list here.
Xbox 360 will have a bunch of new games also:
- Asura’s Wrath
- Prince of Persia Forgotten Sands
- Far Cry Classic and Far Cry Instincts: Predator
- Battlefield 2
- Star Ocean: The Last Hope
- Enchanted Arms
- Enslaved: Odyssey to the West
- Too Human
Microsoft will be extending their total library of compatible games to over 600 titles, ranging from digital to physical disks.
With the coming of Project Scarlet, the console will continue to be able to play older games, as PS will have full support for these games and more.
You can also grab Too Human right now for free as a thank you from the big M.