The Xbox One backwards compatibility library continues to grow, and this week saw the addition of a new (well, technically old) Call of Duty title. As announced by Microsoft’s Larry “Major Nelson” Hyrb (via Twitter), Call of Duty 3 is now available for play on the Xbox One, via backwards compatibility.
This marks the third game from the long-running series to be added to the Xbox One’s catalog of playable titles. Just last month, Call of Duty 2 was made available for play, and back in May, Call of Duty: Black Ops made the list as well.
While we highly doubt that games such as Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare will ever be truly considered (due to its upcoming remastered version), the Call of Duty series remains the most highly requested to be made available on the Xbox One. Among the top five most requested games, it takes four of the top spots, with The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim taking number two (which is, coincidentally, receiving a remaster of its own).
You can check out the full list for yourself right here.