Published: Mon, June 20, 2016
Hi-Tech | By Ellis Neal

Two Major Games Were Just Added To Xbox One's Playable List


With the arrival of additional titles from time to time, the report said that Microsoft has been "steady" in updating its long list of Xbox One-playable 360 games.

Gamers fell in love with Valve's Left 4 Dead 2 and Portal 2, and the games were widely popular across the Xbox 360, PS3 and PC.

As announced by Microsoft's director of programming for Xbox Live Larry Hyrb, aka Major Nelson, two classic Valve games are coming to the Xbox One as the newest backward compatible games. "Also added to the list of backward compatible games were "Flashback", Babel Rising", and "Brain Challenge". However, it failed it topple the figure recorded by "Call of Duty: Black Ops 2" which has already achieved the 174,000 mark, while "Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim" has 159,000 requests.

"Then, simply log into your Xbox Live/Microsoft account and your Xbox Play Anywhere games will be available to download". It is good to know that if you own the disc versions, you can use it on your Xbox One and the console will recognize it and allow you to play it.

This appears to be a further expansion on how Microsoft hope to build on their Universal Windows Platform, which could also affect Backward Compatibility going forward.

 

 

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