Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Black Ops 2 News & Update,Project Scorpio reveal

Xbox One news & Updates: Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 is top on Xbox One backwards compatibility list and new Xbox 360 games to avail this week for Xbox One. Project Scorpio reveal.

Xbox One backwards compatibility is the one of the most popular platform by Microsoft itself to support its own Xbox 360 to Xbox One. Xbox One backwards compatibility program can help Xbox One player to enjoy Xbox 360 games without any difficulty. 2016 was one of fantastic year for Microsoft for the Xbox One backwards compatibility program and hoping see more Xbox One backwards compatibility game in 2017.

Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Black Ops 2 is the one off most awaited game in 2016. So, Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 is top in Call of Duty: Black Ops 2. There were more than 200,000 have voted for Black Ops 2 to become add in Xbox One Backwards Compatibility list.

Regarding the Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Black Ops 2, the error happened in back October 2016, Black Ops 2 was listed on Xbox One’s popular COD title as a BC game, soon to be made available. There was one Xbox fan found the Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 had been listed as a Deals with Gold offer alongside other titles while checking the Xbox One Backwards Compatibility list.

After that Microsoft replied that this was mistakes. The recently Xbox One new and updates says that Black Ops 2 to arrive in this week for Xbox One. Xbox’s Larry Hryb was replying to fan on Twitter who posted a screenshot of what appeared to be someone playing the popular shooter on Xbox One. He said “Nothing is confirmed until I tweet about it. No ETA,” “There is no ETA on it. None. Zero. Stop asking. When it’s out, I’ll let you know.”

After that fan asked the final date of Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Black Ops 2, Hryb replied “I have no idea. When it’s available I’ll post. Thanks – have a great day.”

So, Black Ops 2 will not come tomorrow. Microsoft just confirmed some of the big figures attached to the launch of the Xbox One Backwards Compatibility and what impact it’s had so far.

Xbox One backwards compatibility program is one of greatest and popular which allow all Xbox One players to play Xbox 360 games in Xbox One. According to senior Xbox officials, “Xbox One owners enjoyed more than 265 million hours playing Xbox 360 games in 2016, including highly-requested titles like Red Dead Redemption, Call of Duty 2, Call of Duty 3, Call of Duty: Black Ops, Call of Duty: World at War, Mass Effect 2, Mass Effect 3, The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion and Skate 3, via Xbox One Backward Compatibility,”

There are now 309 Xbox Games are available in Xbox One Backwards Compatibility list which has been predicted that it adds up to around 20% of the total Xbox 360 library. There are chances to increase in the Xbox One Backwards Compatibility list in 2017.

Studio Wildcard has recently confirmed that they get their hands on an Xbox One Scorpio, they plan to see what they can do with it, including VR.

“It looks plenty powerful enough (for VR) to support it and have it look really good, it’s just a matter of getting our hands on the console and seeing what we can achieve with it.

“For us we’re still very experimental with Virtual Reality in ARK, I do not think the VR support we have now is anywhere near the final implementation.

“It’s quite basic and is something for us to gather feedback to help us work out what to do with it. It’s there for the Oculus Rift and we’re hoping to do something a little different with the Vive.

“And whatever Microsoft are doing with The Scorpio is a little further out but it’s definitely going to be on our radar when we get a development unit to start working with.”

There is also most popular Xbox 360 games will soon add in Xbox One backwards compatibility program such are Red Dead Redemption, the Bioshock trilogy, the Mass Effect trilogy, and The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion and many more.

Well, January 2017 is going to be the great start for the Xbox One Backwards Compatibility games, because Phil Spencer said on Twitter in Christmas that “January looks pretty good for [backwards compatibility].” When one fan asked him about the upcoming Xbox One Backwards Compatibility games list.

Spencer also said that “Back compat was good as it brought a bunch of nostalgia back without all the games needing to be redone or rebought,” also added “I love that [backwards compatibility] is bringing great games to people who didn’t get to play on 360,”

Well, hope is goes on. We wish Microsoft will add more Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Games list in January.

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