There’s no question that it was a good year last year for the Xbox One Backward Compatibility program, which ended with over 300 Xbox 360 titles playable on the Xbox One by the end of the year. The program is showing no signs of slowing down as seven new titles have been added to the program, including Battlefield 3 and Battlefield: Bad Company 2. Unfortunately, Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 is still not on the list, a highly — and long time — requested title for addition by Xbox gamers.
The full list of newly added titles includes:
- Battlefield 3 (Disc Only) (Electronic Arts)
- Battlefield: Bad Company 2 (Electronic Arts)
- Dragon Age: Origins (Electronic Arts)
- Ghostbusters (Atari)
- Scrap Metal (Microsoft Studios)
- Strania (G.rev)
- The Splatters (Microsoft Studios)
We’ll be watching to see if Battlefield 3, Battlefield: Bad Company 2, and Dragon Age: Origins also hit the Vault in EA Access as previous Backward Compatibility titles have found their way there shortly after becoming playable on the Xbox One. It’s unlikely Battlefield 3 will though considering it’s disc only on the Xbox One.
You can check out the full Xbox One Backward Compatibility list, which is updated regularly, here on Techaeris.
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