Xbox One Backwards Compatibility List expanded with four more game
Today, Microsoft’s Major Nelson has announces on Twitter that they are adding four more Xbox 360 game – Dead Rising 2: Case Zero, Dead Rising 2: Case West, Meet the Robinsons, and Cars 2: The Video Game to the Xbox One Backwards Compatibility list.
If you have already own this new four games on your Xbox 360 then the games will automatically show up on your Xbox One library. You can buy these four new Xbox One Backwards Compatibility games from the Xbox One Store for the listed price. You can also download it by Xbox 360 disc copy to download the XB1 version.
Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Additions For March 2
- Cars 2: The Video Game ($20; 2.89 GB)
- Dead Rising 2: Case West ($10; 1.14 GB)
- Dead Rising 2: Case Zero ($5; 824.75 MB)
- Meet the Robinsons ($20; 5.72 GB)
Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Addition of 2017 (January and February)
- Moon Diver($15; 331.65 MB)
- Gyromancer($15; 161.86 MB)
- Space Invaders Infinity Gene ($10; 172.46 MB)
- Assassin’s Creed® Rogue
- Borderlands 2
- THE KING OF FIGHTERS 2002
- Hitman Absolution
- Grand Theft Auto 4 ($19.99)
- Lego Indiana Jones($20; 5.53 GB)
- Juju— ($15; 1.75 GB)
- Mad Tracks— ($10; 45 MB)
- Stuntman: Ignition— ($15; 5.53 GB)
- Rocket Knight($15; 359.15 MB)
- Shadows of the Damned ($20; 5.58 GB)
- Alice: Madness Returns($20; 5.41 GB)
- Midway Arcade Origins— ($20; 199.01 MB)
- Mutant Storm Empire— ($10; 45.34 MB)
- Tekken 6 — ($15; 6.63 GB)
- Beat’n Groovy($10; 124.29 MB)
- Mega Man 9($10; 88.71 MB)
- Mega Man 10 ($10; 194 MB)
- Battlefield: Bad Company 2($20; 4.88 GB)
- Battlefield 3 (requires disc)
- Dragon Age: Origins($15; 6.44 GB)
- Ghostbusters($15: 6.18 GB)
- Scrap Metal($15; 130.06 MB)
- The Splatters ($10; 505.95 MB)
- Strania($10; 206.86 MB)
You can also check full Xbox One Backwards Compatibility List from its launch including latest Rockstar’s Grand Theft Auto IV. There more 330 games are available in Xbox One Backwards Compatibility program.
Recently, Xbox boss Phil Spencer recently talked about Call of Duty: Black Ops II joining the catalog. He really wants the game to be added to the catalog but said you shouldn’t expect it soon.
There are more than 265 millions player are spending their time to playing Xbox 360 game on their Xbox One via Xbox One Backwards Compatibility program, Microsoft confirmed in news.