Microsoft frequently adds new titles to the Xbox One Backward Compatibility. Today, two classical Xbox 360 titles are now playable on the Xbox One too, thanks to the Xbox One Backward Compatibility program.
Two New Games Added To Xbox One Backward Compatibility
As always, Major Nelson revealed the titles on his Twitter account:
— Larry Hryb ☁ (@majornelson) November 7, 2016
Mass Effect 2 launched back in 2010 and believe me, it was a masterpiece. The game won many awards for being the best RPG of the time. Mass Effect 2 received a positive response from the critics. On the other hand, Mass Effect 3 launched 2 years after Mass Effect 2, in 2012. Just like its prequel, Mass Effect 3 was an amazing game. It also won awards for being the best RPG and for being the most anticipated game. Both Mass Effect 2 and 3 are developed by BioWare and published by EA (Electronic Arts).
With Mass Effect 2 and Mass Effect 3, the Xbox One Backward Compatibility list now has more than 275 titles. Microsoft will keep adding more and more, as time goes by. If you already one or both of these titles, they’ll automatically appear in your game library on the Xbox One. If you want to buy these, you can do so from Xbox Store. For more, keep it locked on GeeksULTD.