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Burnout Paradise, Rayman Legends And Pure Join Xbox One Backwards Compatibility

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Following today’s announcement of December’s free Games with Gold comes another batch of games added to the Xbox One backwards compatibility list, and one of the Games with Gold is on the list. The announcement was once again made by Xbox’s Major Nelson, who revealed the games on Twitter.

The three new games that are now backwards compatible on Xbox One are Burnout Paradise, Rayman Legends and Pure, and their backwards compatibility support is already live. If you own Burnout Paradise or Rayman Legends then a download will be waiting for you in your Xbox One game library, though Pure is not available digitally and requires the physical copy.

Burnout Paradise currently costs $15 (it’s free during the second half of next month for Xbox Live Gold subscribers) and takes up 2.81 GB of space, whereas Rayman Legends currently costs $40 and takes up 6.43 GB of space. If you’re looking to grab a copy of Pure then it’s currently going for around $40 on Amazon.

Major Nelson recently discussed the challenges of the Xbox One backwards compatibility program, which you can learn more about by clicking right here.

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