Microsoft’s library of games playable on continues to grow today, as 10 new games have been. Included in the batch of new releases are, , , and, among others.
Microsoft has also announced that The Witcher 2 will be free for everyone until February 5.
With the introduction of these 10 games, the Xbox One’s backwards compatibility library now features 130 games. We’ll have a roundup of every single title for you soon.
In addition, Microsoft has confirmed that it will release new games into the backwards compatibility lineup “as they become available,” instead of on a pre-determined monthly launch date. As always, we’ll let you know when new games are added to the program right away.
Xbox One Backwards Compatible Games Added January 21:
- Aegis Wing
- Age of Booty
- Counter-Strike Global Offensive
- Jeremy McGrath’s Offroad
- Sam & Max Save the World
- Small Arms
- Space Giraffe
- The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings
November’s introduced backwards compatibility support (and lots of other new features) with an initial lineup of. , which was the last time before today that more games joined the lineup.
In past interviews, Microsoft management has said , though what effect the feature has had in this department remains to be seen.
With more than 140,000 votes, is the most-requested Xbox 360 games for Xbox One backward compatibility on the. Rounding out the top five are ,, , and. Microsoft has not yet delivered any of those top-requested games, though Black Ops has been confirmed as a game that will join the lineup eventually.
There is no guarantee that the top-requested games will ever make it, however, as. Back in November, Microsoft said it is , including Rockstar Games.