These Xbox 360 Games Will Work on Xbox One Via Backward Compatibility
Check out the initial list of supported games here.
Following Microsoft's announcement this morning that the Xbox One will support Xbox 360 games via native backwards compatibility, the company has now published an initial list of supported games.
These are listed below. Bear in mind that this list is dated for June 15, and is expected to grow over time.
Xbox One backwards compatibility is available now for Xbox Preview Program members and will roll out to everyone this fall.
Digital Xbox 360 games that you own (that are part of the backward compatibility catalog) will automatically appear in your "Ready to Install" queue. Disc-based Xbox 360 games, meanwhile, will work on Xbox One after you install them.
Xbox One Backward Compatible Titles (As of June 15):
- A Kingdom of Keflings
- A World of Keflings
- Alien Hominid
- Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts
- BattleBlock Theater
- Defense Grid: The Awakening
- Geometry Wars: Evolved
- Hexic HD
- Jetpac Refuelled
- Mass Effect
- Perfect Dark
- Perfect Dark Zero
- Small Arms
- Super Meat Boy
- Toy Soldiers
- Toy Soldiers Cold War
- Viva Pinata
- Viva Pinata Trouble in Paradise
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