Xbox One backward compatibility library expands with a few more hits

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Unique to Xbox is the Xbox One backward compatibility feature that allows Xbox 360 games to be played on the Xbox One. Microsoft also offers the service for free to all Xbox One owners - you just have to own a digital copy of the Xbox 360. Since its launch in November 2015, the backward compatibility library has grown to a staggering amount of games, with fan favourites being added over time.

Last night, Major Nelson announced that three more fan favourites found their way to the backward compatible library:

  • Dragon Age: Origins
  • Battlefield: Bad Company 2
  • Battlefield 3 

Check out all twelve recently added games here. ICYMI: January's free Games with Gold lineup, all your Xbox One January new game releases, and every Play Anywhere exclusives releasing in 2017.

For me, Origins was the best Dragon Age game I played; it would be a great experience to replay it on the Xbox One.

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