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Xbox One Backward Compatibility Update: Microsoft Launches New Xbox 360 Games Before E3 [PHOTOS] - Aussie Network News
Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Xbox One Backward Compatibility Update: Microsoft Launches New Xbox 360 Games Before E3 [PHOTOS]

Xbox One Backward Compatibility Update: Microsoft Launches New Xbox 360 Games Before E3 [PHOTOS]

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The Xbox One Backward Compatibility launching was reported to have new Xbox 360 game titles to add to their list before the E3 Exhibition in June.

According to Express.co.uk, Amazon found that new EA game titles were made ready for the Microsoft Xbox One Backward Compatibility launching. Some of the games were classic, like Doom, which was released in 1993.

Neither Amazon nor Microsoft released any official statements whether or not the news about having additional Xbox 360 games aside from the ones they have released is true.

One of the classic Xbox 360 games re-launched as Xbox One compatible was Skater 3, which is the most sought-after game in Korea and was promised to arrive in that platform in 2015.

The report stated that Skater 3 got 30,000 votes from Microsoft’s poll from the audience, thus surpassing Call of Duty: Black Ops’ vote count. Call of Duty: Black Ops was also officially announced to be on the list by Microsoft in the upcoming E3.

Express.co.uk previously reported that Microsoft revealed the following set of games as a complete list of the Xbox 360 games that were listed for Xbox One Backward Compatibility.

  • Halo 5: Guardians
  • Rise of the Tomb Raider
  • Dragon Age II
  • Fight Night Round 4
  • Burnout Revenge
  • Fable III
  • Fable Anniversary
  • Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit
  • XCOM: Enemy Unknown
  • DuckTales: Remastered
  • Hexic 2
  • Magic 2012
  • Domino Master
  • Unbound Saga
  • SSX
  • Halo: Reach
  • Perfect Dark Zero
  • Peggle
  • Viva Pinata

The classic games’ in-game screenshots were also revealed in the report. There were around 30 more games announced by Microsoft aside from the ones listed above.

Altered BeastMecyll Jamila | Australia Network News
Altered Beast/Express.co.uk

 

Call of Duty Black OpsMecyll Jamila | Australia Network News
Call of Duty: Black Ops/Express.co.uk

 

Xbox One Backward Compatibility Comix ZoneMecyll Jamila | Australia Network News
Comix Zone/Express.co.uk

 

Xbox One Backward Compatibility Doom 3Mecyll Jamila | Australia Network News
Doom 3/Express.co.uk

 

Xbox One Backward Compatibility Double Dragon NeonMecyll Jamila | Australia Network News
Double Dragon Neon/Express.co.uk

 

Duke Nukem ManhattanMecyll Jamila | Australia Network News
Duke Nukem Manhattan/Express.co.uk

 

Xbox One Backward Compatibility FroggerMecyll Jamila | Australia Network News
Frogger/Express.co.uk

 

Galaga Legions DXMecyll Jamila | Australia Network News
Galaga Legions DX/Express.co.uk

 

Xbox One Backward Compatibility Garou MOTWMecyll Jamila | Australia Network News
Garou MOTW/Express.co.uk

 

Ghostbusters: Sanctum of SlimeMecyll Jamila | Australia Network News
Ghostbusters: Sanctum of Slime/Express.co.uk

 

Gunstar HeroesMecyll Jamila | Australia Network News
Gunstar Heroes/Express.co.uk

 

Xbox One Backward Compatibility Jet Set Radio Mecyll Jamila | Australia Network News
Jet Set Radio/Express.co.uk

 

Monaco What's Yours is MineMecyll Jamila | Australia Network News
Monaco: Whats Yours is Mine/Express.co.uk

 

OutlandMecyll Jamila | Australia Network News
Outland/Express.co.uk

 

Xbox One Backward Compatibility PuzzlegeddonMecyll Jamila | Australia Network News
Puzzlegeddon/Express.co.uk

 

Rayman OriginsMecyll Jamila | Australia Network News
Rayman Origins/Express.co.uk

 

Runner 2Mecyll Jamila | Australia Network News
Runner 2/Express.co.uk

 

Sonic The FightersMecyll Jamila | Australia Network News
Sonic: The Fighters/Express.co.uk

 

Star Wars: The Force Unleashed IIMecyll Jamila | Australia Network News
Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II/Express.co.uk

 

Xbox One Backward Compatibility Texas Hold EmMecyll Jamila | Australia Network News
Texas Hold Em/Express.co.uk

 

The CaveMecyll Jamila | Australia Network News
The Cave/Express.co.uk

The E3 game exhibition is coming in a few weeks, which also means there will be more games to add in the Xbox One Backward Compatibility list by Microsoft.

Excited gamers have to keep themselves updated with what would come next. What was confirmed thus far is that there were around 30 games listed to launch as Xbox One compatible in June. Stay tuned!