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Xbox One Backward Compatibility update adds TWO Xbox 360 classics revealed

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Rufina Vignone | 09 Novembre, 2016, 02:43

Xbox have added three more games to their ever growing backwards compatibility library.

The image shows the 3 games, Mass Effect, Mass Effect 2, and Mass Effect 3 presented side by side on their original Xbox 360 cover arts.

This follows only a handful of new additions last week which saw Limbo and Phil Spencer favourite Blue Dragon added. So when the Xbox One backwards compatibility update celebrates it one-year inception, rumors suggest that a major reveal is coming. Gamers who don't own an Xbox 360 can purchase and play an enormous collection of older titles through the Xbox One, and those that do own 360 games can play them on their Xbox One without having to re-purchase them.

Major Nelson in his blog has highlighted all the backwards compatible games to be played on Xbox One, you can check out the list here.

Both "Mass Effect" games now join Xbox's Backward Compatibility Game titles which are now more than 250 - including games such as "Dragon Lair", "Call of Duty 3" and "Tour de France 2011".

Meanwhile, other titles that have been confirmed but yet to launch on the Xbox One Backwards Compatibility include the Bioshock trilogy and Skate 3. Director of Programming for the Microsoft gaming network Xbox Live, Larry "Major Nelson" Hryb, made the announcement of the video games' availability through Twitter.

All the players how to own the disc copy of the game, can now simply insert the Disc in Xbox One, and play without console limitations.

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