Next Xbox One Backwards-Compatible Game Arrives

Dead Space is now in the program.

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The Xbox One's backwards compatibility program continues to grow. For the third time this week, Microsoft has updated the library, today launching Dead Space into the program.

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The news comes by way of Microsoft's Larry "Major Nelson" Hryb, who said on Twitter that the 2008 survival-horror game has joined the lineup.

Earlier this week, Halo Wars, SoulCalibur II, and The King of Fighters '98 all became backward compatible on Xbox One, while Left 4 Dead 2 was added just yesterday. Last week also saw two separate sets of additions, headlined by Assassin's Creed and Dark Souls.

Games are not added to the backwards compatibility program on any set schedule, but instead are added whenever they are ready.

For more on the Xbox One backwards-compatible games, check out all of the games here in this roundup. If your favorite game isn't there yet, it's possible it will be added later, as Microsoft is holding discussions with all major publishers about bringing their games to the program.

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