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Xbox One Backward Compatibility update adds THREE free games this week

Xbox One news Games with Gold February update and new Backwards Compatibility titles MICROSOFTXbox One news Games with Gold February update and new Backwards Compatibility titles
Eleena Tovar | 06 Febrero, 2017, 22:14

It's also worth mentioning that the Xbox Games with Gold February 2017 titles are now live.

Fans who own the next-gen gaming machine have the added bonus of being able to download all four games being offered up throughout this month.

Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Games 2017 Tue, January 17, 2017. All the Xbox One Backwards Compatibility Games added in 2017 so far.

The list of games in Games with Gold February 2017 is composed of two Xbox 360 games and two Xbox One titles, which can still be acquired through Xbox One's backward compatibility, according to Xbox.

In addition, on Xbox 360, puzzle point 'n click adventure game Monkey Island 2: Special Edition is free to Gold members until February 15, which is followed by Star Wars Force Unleashed, which sees you wielding the power of the Jedi as Darth Vader's secret apprentice.

The second game recently added by Microsoft to the Xbox One Backward Compatibility list is the 2006 single-player racing game "Mad Tracks" by Load Inc. "The only thing standing in his way is the undead pirate Lechcuk".

The Xbox One Backwards Compatibility list has expanded with three games, and more are expected later this week.

Stuntman Ignition Xbox One backwards compatibility
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Before the addition of "Stuntman: Ignition", "Mad Tracks" and "JUJU" to the list, the Konami game "Rocket Knight" and the hit Electronic Arts offering "Shadows of the Damned" hit the Xbox One Backward Compatibility catalog last month, January 26 to be exact.

As per usual, community manager Larry "Major Nelson" Hryb delivered the news of the new games arrivals on Twitter.

In spite of that, the backward compatibility of "Call of Duty Black Ops 2" still has no confirmation.

Last week saw the likes of TEKKEN 6, Midway Arcade Origins and Mutant Storm Empire being made part of the program.

It's been a busy few weeks for Backwards Compatibility, which also added Alice: Madness Returns, Shadows of the Damned and Rocket Knight. Nevertheless, if a person has already owned any of the backward compatible games, then the video games should show up automatically in their Xbox One game library.

All you have to do is head over to the Xbox 360 backward compatibility store on the Xbox store, making it easier than ever to search for and download these classic titles directly on your Xbox One.