More Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Games Revealed

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The Xbox One getting backwards compatibility is one of the best things to happen to the struggling console. The feature is only gaining traction but continues to get better and better with the inclusion of more Xbox 360 games.

At Gamescom 2015, Microsoft announced a list of major publishers that will support backward compatibility on the Xbox One, and they include EA, Ubisoft, Bandai Namco, and 2K. Now, thanks to a user on NeoGAF, we now have a list of many of the games you can expect:
  • 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
For those that think that this list of games is short, keep in mind that it’s in addition to a slew of other games that Microsoft announced and more will be added in the future. Unfortunately, Activision might not make the Call of Duty games backwards compatible. What Xbox 360 game are you looking forward to playing via Xbox One backwards compatibility?

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