With the addition of 5 more games in the catalog of Xbox One backwards compatibility, the lineup just keeps on increasing to the delighted of the fans.
Today, five more games were added to the Xbox One’s backwards compatibility catalog and this means that it continues to grow Xbox’s gaming library. As per the announcement by Major Nelson, the Xbox 360 games that can now be played on Xbox One are Hard Corps: Uprising, Harms Way, Bands of Bugs, Bullet Soul, and Bullet Soul –Infinite Burst.
If you have previously played on the old gen console, Xbox 360, then these are probably familiar names to you and now they will automatically appear in the game library of your Xbox One. However, if you are unable to get them on your console then go to the Xbox Store links below to get them:
- Hard Corps: Uprising ($15; 988.11 MB)
- Harms Way (free; 290.21 MB)
- Band of Bugs ($10; 33.86 MB)
- Bullet Soul ($15; 1.78 GB)
- Bullet Soul – Infinite Burst ($15; 1.81 GB)
The past two weeks have been particularly occupied for the backwards compatibility program of Xbox One. In the previous week, more games were added to the lineup (six games). Whereas, earlier this week, two games were added; Geometry Wars: Retro Evolved 2 and Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions.
In total, there are more than 330 games in the catalog of Xbox One’s backwards compatibility and this number will keep on growing and I believe that they might be nearing the target of 500 backwards compatible titles come the end of 2017. Which in itself would be a phenomenal achievement by the folks who work for Xbox.
So will you be getting any of the said Xbox One backwards compatibility games for yourself? let us know by commenting in the comments section below.