Xbox One Adds Two More Backward-Compatible Games

Slay some demons or pull off a heist.


The list of Xbox 360 games that can be played on Xbox One grows a little further today, with two new games being added.

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Doom 3: BFG Edition and Monaco: What's Yours Is Mine are both now backward compatible on Xbox One, Microsoft's Major Nelson announced on Twitter today. BFG Edition is the enhanced version of Doom 3 released for Xbox 360 (as well as PS3 and PC) in 2012. Monaco, meanwhile, is a stealth heist game with support for four player co-op.

As with other backward-compatible games, if you own or purchase a digital copy of either game, it'll now show in up in the "Ready to Download" list of the Xbox One's My Games and Apps area. Physical copies can be popped into the system's disc drive and, following a small download, can be played just like any other game.

This isn't the first addition to the backward-compatible list this week, as several games were added on April 12. You can see the full list of Xbox 360 games playable on Xbox One here.

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