Xbox One Backwards Compatibility List: Microsoft added Rocket Knight and Shadow of the Damned in Backwards Compatibility List
Two more Xbox One Backwards-Compatible Games arrive in the January 2017.Rocket Knight and Shadow of the Dammed are the new games in Xbox One Backwards Compatibility List. It is good news for the Xbox One game lovers for having 16th titles with adding Rocket Night and Shadow of the Dammed in Xbox One Compatibility List which has all games from the Launch of Xbox One Backwards Compatibility program in November 2015.
January has already been a big month for additions to the Xbox One’s backwards compatibility list. And now two more games have arrived.
Yesterday, Microsoft’s Major Nelson was announced on Twitter that there are more two games: Rocket Knight and Shadow of the Dammed are coming for Xbox One Backwards Compatibility program. Now, there are sixty games have been added in Xbox One Backwards Compatibility list in just beginning of the months.
Already if you have these two Games Rocket knight and Shadow of the Dammed on your Xbox 360 games then the games shows up automatically in your Xbox One Library. You can buy Xbox One Backwards Compatibility games from the Xbox One Store for the listed price and also you can download it by Xbox 360 disc copy to download the XB1 version.
| Rocket Knight ($15; 359.15 MB)
||Shadows of the Damned ($20; 5.58 GB)|
Microsoft has now added 15 more titles to the list this month. Other recent additions included Alice: Madness returns, Battlefield 3, Battlefield: Bad Company 2, among others.Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Games Added in January 2017
- Rocket Knight($15; 359.15 MB)
- Shadows of the Damned ($20; 5.58 GB)
- Alice: Madness Returns ($20; 5.41 GB)
- Midway Arcade Origins ($20; 199.01 MB)
- Mutant Storm Empire ($10; 45.34 MB)
- Tekken 6 ($15; 6.63 GB)
- Beat’n Groovy ($10; 124.29 MB)
- Mega Man 9 ($10; 88.71 MB)
- Mega Man 10 ($10; 194 MB)
- Battlefield: Bad Company 2 ($20; 4.88 GB)
- Battlefield 3 (requires disc)
- Dragon Age: Origins ($15; 6.44 GB)
- Ghostbusters ($15: 6.18 GB)
- Scrap Metal ($15; 130.06 MB)
- The Splatters ($10; 505.95 MB)
- Strania ($10; 206.86 MB)
Still Black Ops 2 is now in the most awaited game in the list of Xbox One Backwards Compatibility program. Even Microsoft is also waiting for Black Ops 2 for Xbox One Backwards Compatibility program.
Phil Spencer says he really wants to see the most requested Xbox One Backwards Compatibility game make its debut.
Recently Spencer also said about the Black Ops 2 for Xbox One Backwards Compatibility that “Please don’t take my lack of response on BO2 as a lack of caring, I really want to see this come to BC.
“We confirm third party games in BC with the 3Ps approval, so I can’t (confirm) but know that we care about the voted on list.”
“Team knows that a lot of people are passionate about these 2 in BC.”
Microsoft has announces in recent news that there are more than 265 million people are continuously spending their time to playing Xbox One Backwards Compatibility games in 2016.