Even though 2016 is soon to come to a close, Microsoft is still pumping out as many Xbox 360 titles onto the Xbox One backwards compatibility program as they can, before the year is up! This week we received a handful of fairly popular titles added to the program, these titles were;

  • Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
  • Medal of Honor
  • Airborne
  • Trine 2


But shortly after the release of these titles, Major Nelson announced on Twitter that Injustice: Gods Among Us as well as Haunted House, would both also be making their way onto the Xbox One backwards compatibility program. Injustice: Gods Among Us will currently run you $20, and will take up about 7.8GB of space, with Haunted House going for a much smaller $5, taking up a minuscule 282.5MB.

As always it’s quite thrilling to hear about the more and more titles being added into the program. I am still patiently waiting for Modern Warfare 3, of course; but the way things are going right now, I’m sure we’ll be receiving it sooner than later. Major Nelson previously announced that Microsoft’s goal is to release 300 titles onto the backwards compatibility program by years end. They aren’t quite their yet, but I do believe with a handful of titles each week till Decembers end, we should be about there.