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Four More Xbox One Backwards-Compatible Games Arrive, See Them Here

Four more.


Microsoft continues to add new games to the Xbox One's backwards compatibility program.

Major Nelson has announced that four titles are coming to the library today, including Bloodforge, Mars: War Logs, Gripshift, and Go! Go! Break Steady.

Bloodforge is now playable on Xbox One
Bloodforge is now playable on Xbox One

In other news about Xbox One backwards compatibility, Microsoft said this week that the response to this feature has been "overwhelming." To date, users have spent more than 100 million combined hours playing backwards-compatible games on Xbox One.

Today's new additions bring the total number of titles in the backwards compatibility program to 213. Microsoft also teased that "many more" are coming in the future. We can only hope that Red Dead Redemption, which became playable on Xbox One due to an "error" earlier this year, is officially released into the program at some point.

You can see all of the titles in the Xbox One backwards compatibility lineup here. What games would you like to see added in the future? Let us know in the comments below.

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