Xbox One Backward compatibility: more than 250 games now available

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Xbox 360 is an old console now, but that doesn’t mean that all games released for it should also die. It seems that Microsoft wants to make many users very happy, as it is now bringing many titles initially released for the Xbox 360 console to Xbox One.

Currently, there are more than 250 Xbox 360 games that can be played on Xbox One and according to recent reports, other games will be added to the compatibility list in the near future.

We remind you that Microsoft has brought the Backward compatibility feature to the Xbox One in November 2015. Back then, the list of Xbox 360 games compatible with the Xbox One contained only 100 titles, but in the meantime, the company made it possible to add more.

The new games that have just been released for the Xbox One via the backwards compatibility feature are: Virtua Fighter 5 Final Showdown, Bound by Flame and The Maw.

The most popular titles that have been released for the Xbox One via this feature are:

It seems that the sales on the Xbox One are not going so well and Microsoft is trying to boost them by bringing these types of features. If you are an “old” gamer, we are pretty sure that you will prefer to purchase the Xbox One instead of the PlayStation 4 because you will be able to play some good old titles released a few years ago for the Xbox 360.

What are your thoughts about the Xbox One Backward compatibility feature?

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