Xbox One adding two more backward-compatible games

The list of Xbox 360 games able to be played on Xbox One keeps growing

The list of Xbox 360 games able to be played on Xbox One keeps growing

Larry Hryb from the Xbox team announced via Twitter that two more games will be added to the growing list of backward compatible games for Xbox One. Doom 3: BFG Edition and Monaco: What’s yours in Mine are now available for the current-gen console.

Like with previous backward compatible games, if you own or purchase the digital copy, it will show up in the “Ready to Download” area of Xbox One. For those with physical copies, all you will have to do is put the disc into your disc drive and it will be playable after a small download. If you have never owned, them you can check out the new backwards compatibility section that’s been added to the Xbox store.

Monaco is a stealth action video game, while Doom 3: BFG Edition is the upgraded version of Doom 3.

This announcement comes just two days after Microsoft added three new games earlier this week. Garou: Mark of the Wolves, Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project, and Sonic the Fighters were added on April 12th — bringing the total to well over 100 games that are now backwards compatible.


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