If you’ve been wanting to play more Xbox 360 games via Xbox One’s backward compatibility then you’ll be happy to hear that Microsoft has added four new games to the service.
The update seems relatively small, with one of the only notable titles being 2013’s Batman: Arkham Origins. Unfortunately, if you own the game digitally then you’re out of luck, as only the disc version is compatible right now. Another highlight is 2010’s Deadliest Warrior, which is based on the TV show of the same name. The game’s sequel, Deadliest Warrior: Legends, was a part of the 104 titles that were a part of the service when it originally launched back in 2015.
You can check out the full list of games below:
- Batman: Arkham Origins (Disc Only)
- Deadliest Warrior
- Disney Bolt
- Fighting Vipers
Microsoft has been consistently adding games to its service, with the company bringing at least one game a month. Last month Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition was added in celebration of EVO 2017. The month before, Call of Duty: Ghosts became backward compatible, even though the game is available on current-gen hardware.
Currently, the service includes over 400 different Xbox 360 titles, and it’s not stopping there. During E3 2017 it was announced the service will soon be expanded to include Xbox games, with one of the first titles being Crimson Sky. There’s no word on when these will be added to the service.