More New Xbox One Backwards Compatible Games Available Now
Here's what's new for Xbox One backwards compatibility.
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Microsoft has bolstered the Xbox One library once again, adding more games to the backwards compatibility list. A total of three new Xbox 360 titles are all now playable on Xbox One, including a Metal Gear Solid and a Ghost Recon title.
As shared by Microsoft's Larry Hryb on Twitter, Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker HD Edition is among the new games that can now be played on Xbox One. Peace Walker was originally released on PlayStation Portable and introduced some of the mechanics, like base-building, that would be key in Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain.
Also now playable is Ghost Recon: Future Soldier, which, as the name suggests, takes the traditionally realism-focused Ghost Recon and sets it in the future with advanced weaponry and technology. Finally, rounding out the list is Axel & Pixel, a point-and-click adventure game with hand-drawn graphics.
As always, physical copies of these games can be popped into the system to initiate a download so they can be played on Xbox One. Alternatively, you'll find digital copies in the the Ready to Download area of the My Games and Apps section on the console. If you don't already own them, all three are also for sale right through the Xbox Store (with the exception of Axel & Pixel, which is only available to those who already own it). You can check out everything that's playable in our full Xbox One backwards compatibility list.
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