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More Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Games Revealed

by Dean James

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The big megaton that Microsoft dropped at E3 two months ago was the addition of backwards compatibility later in the year, which is already available in a limited way through the Xbox One Preview Program. We got a list of games shown that it looked like would be coming and now we have even more.

During Microsoft’s Gamescom conference yesterday, we got the announcement of multiple publishers that are giving support towards backwards compatibility on Xbox One. Those included the likes of companies like EA, Ubisoft, Bandai Namco, 2K, and multiple others.

During that same presentation, another large image of games advertising the Xbox One’s ability to play backwards compatible games popped up and thanks to a user on NeoGAF, we have a list of most games that are visible.

According to the the user Basketball on there, the following were shown in the image during the Xbox One presentation.

Assassins Creed Revelations
Ghost Recon Advanced Warfare 2
Risen
A Kingdom for Kefflings
A World of Keflings
Alien Hominid HD
Risen 2
Tom Clancy ENDWAR
Battleblock Theater
Bioshock
Borderlands
Call of Juarez Gunslinger
Assassins Creed Brotherhood
Civilization Revolution
Dead Space
Disney Universe
Dynasty Warriors 8
Bioshock Infinite
Fallout 3
Forza 3
Trials HD
Gears of War
Halo 3: ODST
Need for Speed: Most Wanted (Guess)
Splinter Cell Double Agent
Kameo: Elements of Power
Banjo Kazooie: Nuts and Bolts
Assassins Creed
Mass Effect
Forza 4
Clash of Heroes HD
Sacred 2
Viva Pinata: Trouble in Paradise
Rayman Origins
Pac-Man CEDX
Forza Horizon
Halo Anniversary
Rainbow Six Vegas
Rayman Legends
Sacred 3
Shadow Complex
Shoot Many Robots
Sonic Adventure 2
Splinter Cell Blacklist
Super Meat Boy
Ghost Recon Advanced Warfare
Toy Story 3

There were also two other mystery ones that could not be made out on the bottom right, along with even more that aren’t visible. With those two included, that puts the total at 49, including games that are already announced. Some of these could always end up not making it on the list, but it would be assumed that their presence here confirms they are coming at some point, hopefully by launch.

With a bunch of publishers already announced and a list this strong, we are really going to be in for a treat when backwards compatibility launches later this year for Xbox One.

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