Xbox One Backward Compatibility kicked off in November last year and since then more than 21 million hours have been spent by gamers playing Xbox 360 games on their Xbox Ones.
For the past few months games have been released monthly that support this awesome function that allows users to play their old Xbox 360 games on their new Xbox One consoles. The company has now decided to not bulk release the compatible games anymore but to rather release the games as they become available. This means that you will have instant access to many of your older games that you weren’t done playing just yet. Previously, games we’re released on a set monthly date in bulk, but now individual games will be released as soon as they are ready.
There is also a new dedicated page on Xbox Wire for Xbox One Backward Compatibility. This page will host round ups of recently released titles, breaking stories and news and the most popular titles available.
The new list of compatible games are:
- The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings
- Sam & Max Save the World
- Aegis Wing
- Counter-Strike: GO
- Age of Booty
- Space Giraffe
- Jeremy McGrath’s Offroad
- Small Arms
You can download The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings for free (except in Japan) from now until 05 February 2016.