The big announcement of Xbox One backwards compatibility with Xbox 360 games shocked us all at E3 2015 and they have been adding to the library steadily ever since its official debut last fall. These announcements often come in groups, but the latest was announced all by itself.
As revealed by Microsoft’s Major Nelson on his Twitter account, the latest game to be added to the Xbox One backwards compatibility library is Interpol: The Trail of Dr. Chaos.
Interpol: The Trail of Dr. Chaos debuted back in the early years of the Xbox 360 in September of 2007 through the Xbox Live Arcade, though it received poor to mediocre reviews upon its launch.
The game is a puzzle/strategy game from TikGames where the goal is to “solve an international hidden object mystery.” If this sounds like something you’d be interested in, it only costs $4.99 at regular price right now, which you can get either on Xbox 360 or through the Xbox One Games Store as well.
While this game isn’t supposed to be very good, it’s yet another game they have added to the library that keeps growing. We just saw Red Dead Redemption get added last week, so they are definitely adding quality titles as well, but we’ll just have to wait for more of those soon.