Next Xbox One Backwards-Compatible Games Revealed

There are now more than 130 games in the backwards compatibility program.

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Four new games have been added to the Xbox One's backwards compatibility program, Microsoft has announced. Titles added to the lineup today, February 11, include Alan Wake's American Nightmare, Lego Batman, Sam & Max: Beyond Time & Space, and Trials HD.

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With the introduction of these games, the Xbox One backwards compatibility program now includes 134 games. You can see all of them in this roundup post.

In other Xbox One backwards compatibility news, Red Dead Redemption (and others) were discovered to be playable on the console this past weekend. However, Microsoft has since removed Red Dead Redemption, saying it was made available to the public due to an "error."

It's possible that Red Dead Redemption may eventually come to the Xbox One backwards compatibility program, as Microsoft is holding discussions with Rockstar, but nothing is confirmed.

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