A ton of Xbox One backward compatible games are now 75% off
The Backward Compatible super sale with discounts up to 75% off on more than 350 backward compatible games for Xbox One kicked off on May 16th. It features the most popular Xbox games which are playable on the Xbox One via backward compatibility.
Xbox enthusiasts, check out some cool titles!
Some say that the Xbox Spring Sale was quite disappointing but rejoice, gamers, as Microsoft seems to be making it up for it. Last week, Larry Hryb revealed that hundreds of backward compatible games for the Xbox One would be sold at impressive discounts and while he hasn’t said much about it since then, most of the titles have now appeared on Reddit.
The backward compatibility super sale will include amazing titles such as Call of Duty III, GTA IV, Skate 3, Fable III, Red Dead Redemption, Bound by Flame, Blue Dragon, Fallout: New Vegas, Oblivion, Trine 2, and lots more. Sounds pretty amazing, right? Even if the games mentioned above were the only ones going on sale, the sale would still be great and till make headlines.
While there are still a few titles that haven’t yet been able to reach the Xbox one due to lack of updates, most of the essential titles for every gamer are there right now. The list if flooded with exciting classics and more juicy titles so go and check it out.
All Xbox enthusiasts are able to enjoy some huge savings, so hurry up and make your purchases!
For the complete list of discounted Xbox One backwards compatible games, check out this page.
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