A fresh new batch of Xbox 360 games have been added to the Xbox One‘s backwards compatibility service, Microsoft has announced. The new additions to the constantly growing list were revealed yesterday on Major Nelson’s blog, and include the likes of Ubisoft’s I Am Alive, THQ’s Red Faction: Battlegrounds and Hello Games’ Joe Danger Special Edition.
In addition to the above though, a rather well known and popular RPG has finally made its way to Xbox One. Fallout: New Vegas is now available on your current-gen console, so you can relive the fight between the NCR and Caesar’s Legion all over again.
See below for the full list of new additions:
- Blood Knights
- Comic Jumper
- Crystal Quest
- Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara
- Fallout: New Vegas
- I Am Alive
- Joe Danger Special Edition
- Red Faction: Battlegrounds
Fallout: New Vegas‘ arrival on Xbox One follows that of Fallout 3 previously, meaning the entirety of Bethesda’s Fallout trilogy is now available in one place. Alongside yesterday’s amendment to the list, Microsoft has made available a PDF (view or download it here) that compiles all currently available backwards compatible titles in one place.
Despite having made hundreds of titles available for the service since it began last year, there’s still several massively popular games fans are still waiting to see arrive on Xbox One, including Rockstar’s Red Dead Redemption.
Tell us, what are you still waiting to see added? Let us know in the comments below.