The next batch of games that now have backwards compatibility support on Xbox One is a big one, as this time the announcement includes 4 games. The announcement was once again made by Xbox’s Major Nelson, sharing a tweet of the games that are less-popular compared to ones added more recently.
The four games in question are Jurassic Park: The Game, Battlestations: Midway, Dragon’s Lair, and Tour de France 2011. Owning any of these games on Xbox 360 should result in them showing up in your Xbox One library for download, so be sure to check the next chance you get.
As for the price and file sizes for these games, Jurassic Park: The Game costs $20 and requires 1.58 GB of space, Battlestations: Midway costs $20 and requires 4.76 GB of space and Dragon’s Lair costs $10 and requires 988.61 MB. Unfortunately, it appears that Tour de France 2011 is not available to download in the US.
Last week it was announced that Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed, Puzzle Quest Galactrix and Puzzle Quest 2 now had backwards compatibility support on Xbox One, and you can learn more about them by clicking right here. There are currently over 250 backward compatible games on Xbox One, with users spending nearly 150 million hours playing Xbox 360 games on Xbox One.
- This article was updated on:March 8th, 2018