Microsoft announced Backward Compatibility for the Xbox One at the E3 2015 which was held in the month of June. Backward Compatibility is a new feature for those who missed amazing Xbox 360 titles or want to play those games again on their Xbox One.

Most of the gamers were thinking that which of the game would playable with this feature. Microsoft also started conducting online polls some time after the announcement of this feature. The gamers were allowed to request for a game as well as to vote for the game they wanted to play on Xbox One. Recently, a list of 130 Xbox 360 games has been finalized by

Not all the best games of Xbox 360 can be played, but last week at the Gamescom, the Microsoft stated that, “all future Xbox 360 Games with Gold titles will be playable on Xbox One,”. The games which made it to the list of backwards compatible are among the best of the previous generation. These include Dark Souls 2, Saints Row The Third, Fallout 3, BioShock, The Witcher II: Assassins of Kings, Mass Effect and much more. Following are the 130 games:

A Kingdom For Keflings Endwar Killer is Dead Rainbow Six Vegas
A World Of Keflings Fable 2 Madden NFL 16 Soul Calibur IV
Alan Wake Fable 3 Mass Effect Splinter Cell: Blacklist
Alien Hominid HD Fallout 3 Monster High: New Ghoul in School Splinter Cell: Conviction
Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood Far Cry 2 Ms. Pac-Man Splinter Cell: Double Agent
Assassin’s Creed II Far Cry 3 N+ Super Meat Boy
Assassin’s Creed Liberation: HD Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon Need for Speed: Most Wanted Toy Soldiers
Assassins Creed Forza Horizon Ninja Gaiden 3 Toy Soldiers: Cold War
Assassins Creed Revelations Forza Motorsport 2 Pac-Man CEDX Toy Story 3
Banjo-Kazooie Forza Motorsport 3 Perfect Dark Trials Evolution
Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts Forza Motorsport 4 Perfect Dark Zero Trials HD
Banjo-Tooie Gears of War Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands Viva Piñata
BattleBlock Theater Gears of War 2 Prototype Viva Piñata: Trouble In Paradise
Bayonetta Gears of War 3 Prototype 2 Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings
BioShock Gears of War: Judgement Rainbow Six Vegas Worms 2: Armageddon
BioShock Infinite Geometry Wars Evolved Rainbow Six Vegas 2
Borderlands Ghost Recon Advanced Warfare Rayman Legends
Brothers in Arms: Hell’s Highway Ghost Recon Advanced Warfare 2 Rayman Origins
Call of Juarez Gunslinger Ghost Recon: Future Soldier Risen
Call of Juarez: Bound By Blood Halo 3 Risen 2
Cars Halo 4 Risen 3: Titan Lords
Child of Eden Halo Anniversary Sacred 2: Fallen Angel
Civilization Revolution Halo Wars Sacred 3
Clash of Heroes HD Halo: O.D.S.T Saints Row
Dark Souls Halo: Reach Saints Row The Third
Dark Souls II Hexic HD Shadow Complex
Dead Space I Am Alive Shadowrun
Defense Grid: The Awakening Jetpac Refuelled Shoot Many Robots
Driver: San Francisco Just Cause 2 Small Arms
Dynasty Warriors 8 Kameo: Elements of Power Sonic Adventure 2

Some of the games mentioned in the above list were confirmed while most of them are yet to be confirmed officially by the Microsoft. Update for Backwards Compatibility will be released in November this year. Stay tuned for more!


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