Xbox one owners were given a bulk of happiness when Microsoft announced a number of games this E3, including the fact the two new consoles will be revealed in the passage of just 18 months.
That’s not all. The two top-requested games have been added alongside three other games that have been given backward compatibility on Xbox One, bringing a total of 200 games. Portal 2, and the famous Left 4 Dead are in the Xbox newest compatible titles, with both having more than 40,000 votes on the official poll set up by Microsoft.
These Two Games Were Followed by Other Three Games
These two games were followed by other three games, including Brain Challenge, Flashback, and Babel Raising, but they are not available on Xbox store at the moment. It was, however, hoped that Black Ops 2, and Red Dead Redemption will be included in the list, but not.
Microsoft did reveal some important plans at E3, giving shout outs to Play Anywhere program, where gamers are allowed to buy select titles for their Xbox One or Windows 10 PC and have it accessible on either machine. This was one of the big news as they quote:
When you buy an Xbox Play Anywhere digital game through the Xbox Store or the Windows Store, it’s yours to play on both Xbox One and Windows 10 PC at no additional cost.
To take advantage of Xbox Play Anywhere, you will need to have installed the Windows 10 Anniversary Edition update on your PC, as well as the latest update on your Xbox One console.
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