Three more games were added to the Xbox One’s popular backwards compatibility program. Assassin’s Creed (2007) joins Assassin’s Creed II on the roster, alongside Dark Void and Grid 2.
Xbox’s backwards compatibility program began last year, and has since proved immeasurably favourable with the fans. It’s seen 360 titles like Halo, Fallout, Gears of War, and The Witcher benefit from added features on the Xbox One system such as screenshots and Windows 10 streaming. The feature works with disks (insert into the system and watch it download) or digital games (will already be available to download).
Today’s releases bring the catalogue up to over 140 games, though Microsoft have been quiet on fan favourites Call of Duty: Black Ops II, Skyrim, and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. Red Dead Redemption was briefly available a few months back, however was quickly retrieved from the store as a mistake.