All The Xbox One Backward Compatible Games For The Month Of February
The Xbox One Backward Compatible games' list keeps on getting longer. This month alone, Microsoft Xbox has added nine new games in the Xbox One Backward Compatibility lineup.
The Xbox One Backward Compatibility project began in November 2015. The feature allowed Xbox One owners to play Xbox 360 games.
Over 300 games are already on the list of the Xbox One Backwards Compatibility lineup. Impressive as it already is, Microsoft Xbox has promised to add hundreds more to the growing list of backward compatible games.
February Xbox One Backward Compatibility Games
For the month of February, the video game hand of Microsoft has added nine games to the Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Games' list. The nine games added this month puts the 2017 Xbox One Compatible games to a total of 18 as nine games are also added in January.
The first gamed added on the February Xbox One Backward Compatible games' lineup is "Lego Indiana Jones." The LucasArts game was added to the list on Feb. 7.
One of the best video game title added on the February Xbox One Backwards Compatibility project is "Grand Theft Auto IV." The Rockstar game was initially released on April 29, 2008 for the Xbox 360, PS3 and Windows PC. "Grand Theft Auto IV" was added in the backward compatible list on Feb. 9.
"Hitman: Absolution" was added to the list on Feb. 14. The game was first released in 2012 and was published by Square Enix.
Five games were added in the Xbox One Backward Compatible games list on Feb. 23. These games were "Assassin's Creed Rogue," "The King of Fighters 2002," "Borderlands 2," "Gyromancer" and "Space Invaders Infinity Gene."
"Moon Diver" was added to the Xbox One Backward Compatibility lineup on Feb. 24. With February about to end, it's safe to say that these nine games are all the games that Microsoft will be adding to the February Xbox One Backward Compatible games' list.