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Xbox One Backwards Compatibility games REVEAL: Microsoft's THREE new Xbox 360 titles

Xbox One Backwards Compatibility games REVEAL: Microsoft's THREE new Xbox 360 titles”

Xbox Live Gold members who own an Xbox One will receive Shadow Warrior for free next month, it's a $29.99 value. Of course, the two 360 titles will also be playable on your Xbox One through the magic of Backwards Compatibility! This Xbox One game follows modern ninja mercenary Lo Wang as he fights through levels of demonic hordes to prevent the end of the world.

As noted by a user on the ResetEra forums, the website GamesMarkt says that Austrian retailer Gameware is livid with the new announcement regarding Xbox Game Pass.

As a result of this, Gameware is going to stop selling all Xbox One consoles and has no plans to sell future Microsoft consoles either. Only those with an Xbox Live Gold membership can take part in these sales.

Assassin's Creed: India is also in there, but it's the two 360 games that really round off this package to make it sparkle. "The fact that those first-party games will launch into Game Pass just gives our customers more choice in how they get to play those games", he added. Starting now and continuing until 11:59 PM on Sunday, January 28, you can explore the ruins of a post-apocalyptic Boston. Some of the downloadable contents will be made available on the first day and the others on the 16th of the month.

They include Split/Second and LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues, which are now both available to download on Xbox One.

The subscription cards will offer you six months of Xbox Game Pass service so you can start enjoying the exclusives once they launch.



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