SEVEN Xbox 360 games coming to Microsoft library
XBOX ONE owners should have at least seven excellent Xbox 360 games coming to the consoles backwards compatible library in the near future
Last week Microsoft stole the show when they added the highly requested Call of Duty: Black Ops to their backwards compatible library of games.
Following the announcement sales of Call of Duty: Black Ops on Amazon rose by around 13,000 per cent as eager fans snapped up the Xbox 360 game.
Now it would appear that Microsoft may be readying the release of several more popular titles just in time for their 2016 E3 Conference.
The new Xbox 360 games listed all have varying release date in June, some are even listed for launch during E3.
The new digital game codes heading for sale include:
• Dragon Age II
• Fight Night Round 4
• Burnout Revenge
• Fable Anniversary
• Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit
Crackdown 2 was also listed for sale on Amazon with an Xbox One compatible tag, alongside Halo 3: ODST, although both listings have since been altered.
Although it's not uncommon for new games to be added to the service every week, the news of these latest additions comes from a very unlikely source.
Online retailer Amazon has added several interesting listings that confirm the launch of several Xbox 360 games via digital codes.
Interestingly these titles also have the tagline "Plays on Xbox One" which all but confirm the games are joining the 150 existing backwards compatible games.