Four More Games Added To Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Program
The Xbox One’s backwards compatibility program is growing and today announced four more games.
Microsoft’s Major Nelson announced on Twitter, today’s additions include Dead Rising 2: Case Zero, Dead Rising 2: Case West, Meet the Robinsons, and Cars 2: The Video Game.
If you already own any of these games digitally on Xbox 360, they should show up automatically in your Xbox One game library. If you don’t have these games then you can buy them on your Xbox One.
- Cars 2: The Video Game ($20; 2.89 GB)
- Dead Rising 2: Case West ($10; 1.14 GB)
- Dead Rising 2: Case Zero ($5; 824.75 MB)
- Meet the Robinsons ($20; 5.72 GB)
In other Xbox One backwards compatibility news, Xbox boss Phil Spencer recently talked about Call of Duty: Black Ops II joining the catalog. He really wants the game to be added to the catalog but said you shouldn’t expect it soon.
The Xbox One’s backwards compatibility library has more than 320 games in it, and more are added regularly, You can check the complete news here.