Jurassic Park: The Game, Battlestations: Midway, Dragon’s Lair & Tour de France 2011 are now all available to try out on the Xbox One.
If you have these games on you digitally, they should appear in your Games App library. For those who bought physical copies, the old Xbox 360 discs can be put in and be downloaded.
Jurassic Park The Game has around 2,000 votes for its addition in the program, Battlestations: Midway has under that, while Dragon’s Lair has 1,000 and Tour De France 2011 appears to have none.
Microsoft have yet to confirm if they’re yet to pause their conversation efforts with Xbox 360 classics, and there was even an update earlier this week on one of the most requested titles.
A recent mistake was seen on an Xbox website that had Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 as a Backwards Compatible game, soon to be made available. Furthermore, one fan checking it over appeared to find something very peculiar, that Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 had been listed as a Deals with Gold offer alongside other titles. Black Ops 2 on Xbox One Backwards Compatibility could be seen snuggled between Black Ops and the Black Op 3 DLC options, along with Call of Duty Classic.
Deals with Gold usually includes an array of discounts on both Xbox One and Xbox 360 games, however, this week also included Black Ops 2 listed as part of the BC program. World at War is the fourth in the list of Xbox 360 Call of Duty game to become backwards compatible on Xbox One. The Xbox One Backwards Compatibility saw expansion with the addition of Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed, Puzzle Quest Galactrix, and Puzzle Quest 2.
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