Xbox One Gets Two New Backwards Compatible Games

Posted January 28, 2018

Microsoft is kicking things off next month with Shadow Warrior on the Xbox One - an first-person action combat game that revels in the ridiculous.

Microsoft launched the Xbox One X 1TB gaming console in India this week.

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Assassin's Creed Chronicles: India sees you embody Arbaaz in his quest for retribution through a colourful depiction of 19th century Colonial India in 2.5D stealth gameplay.

Additionally, Crackdown 3 will also be available on the Game Pass when it launches later this year for the Xbox One. Maybe if Split/Second was paired with something a little more memorable, like the Golden Axe remake, it could have spruced up the Xbox 360 offerings.

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The free Xbox 360 games - which of course are also playable on Xbox One via backwards compatibility - include two unique driving games: Split/Second and Crazy Taxi. The subscription for Xbox Game Pass is going to be sold for $59.99 and the library of available games is very strong. PC players will get their chance at the same deal from February 1 through February 4. As long as you're a subscriber, you'll still have access.

Assassin's Creed Chronicles India requires little introduction - it is one of many Assassin's Creed titles, this one set in India. And what's more fun than playing a game - for free! While there may be a lack of an absolute blockbuster in the line-up, the sort of games included here are those best served by the subscription service.

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All in all, February looks to be a great month for the program, with a decent range of games to sink your teeth into.