A major factor in a company’s success are the consumers. With this mindset, it can be said that Microsoft is in the right path of doing its business.

According to Screen Rant, Microsoft has announced that Xbox One owners will be able to enjoy a number of Xbox 360 games in their consoles since it will be updated with a backwards compatibility feature. The report further detailed that the first set of backward compatible games has been released by the company, including some 104 titles coming from both the Xbox Live Arcade and the 360.

Screen Rant shares that among the most well-loved and preferred games that have made it to the list include “Assassin’s Creed 2” and “Fallout 3”. If you want to get a full list of the games available, head on to Xbox’s official website and check out whether your favorites have been included with the compatibility feature.

However, if you are left disappointed by finding out that one of your favorites is not on that list, The Verge dishes that you can do something about it. The website reports that Microsoft is in “the process of accepting nominations” wherein two of the top suggestions will be added to the compatibility feature. Head on here to enter your own nomination.

Meanwhile, TIME reports that Xbox One users need not wait for a long time since the upgrade is expected to be released this Thursday. In addition, the report shares that the Director of Program Management for Xbox, Mike Ybarra, revealed that “Call of Duty: Black Ops”, “Bioshock” and its sequels, as well as “Halo Wars” are some of the games they are working on to add to the backward compatibility update.

Aside from the backward compatibility upgrade that users have been asking for in a long time, a new feature that will heighten the Xbox One experience is the capacity to be able to run on Windows 10, according to the report by TIME.

The New Xbox One Experience with Xbox One Backward Compatibility will launch on November 12.