Xbox One Gets Two New Backwards Compatible Games
Action racing or action adventure? Your pick.
Two more Xbox 360 games have made their way to Xbox One's backwards compatibility program. Lego Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues and the action-racing game Split/Second are both now available to play on your Xbox One.
Lego Indiana Jones 2 follows the familiar format of other Lego action-adventure games, in an open-world environment that allows you to explore and solve puzzles in your way. The game encompasses all four movies in the Indiana Jones series, with focus placed on The Crystal Skull.
Split/Second, on the other hand, transports you to a very different world. The arcade-style racing game features multiplayer and a single-player campaign, where you're pitted against your fellow cutthroat racers on a reality TV show. The game features a unique Power Play mechanic, which allows you to trigger destructive events in the environment around you to take out your opponents, once your power bar fills up. Split/Second is also available soon as one of February's Games with Gold.
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If you own a physical disc for either game, you can simply pop them into your system to begin playing. Digital copies can be found in the Ready to Download area of the My Games and Apps section on the console, or you can buy the games directly through the Xbox Store. For more, check out Gamespot's full list of the nearly 400 backwards compatible games that have been released on Xbox One. Meanwhile, check out these other upcoming Xbox One and Xbox 360 free Games with Gold, arriving this February.
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