Microsoft has added ten more Xbox 360 games to the backwards compatible library, and they are available to play – right now. The list arrives with the announcement that games will be launched when they have been given the green light from the publishers instead of having a set release date.
Since the first lot of backwards compatible games dropped, over 21 million hours have been played by millions of gamers. The new games added to the lineup are:
- The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings
- Sam & Max Save the World
- Aegis Wing
- Counter-Strike: GO
- Age of Booty
- Space Giraffe
- Jeremy McGrath’s Offroad
- Small Arms
Xbox One and Xbox 360 owners (in the United Kingdom, U.S., Canada, France and Germany) will be thrilled to know that The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings will actually be free to download from now until 8am GMT on February 5.
Why not browse the full list of games that are currently making their way to you. Was your favourite game missing from that list? Vote for the titles you’d most like to see come to the Xbox One.