Microsoft has teased the potential for titles coming to Xbox One as part of the system’s new Xbox 360 backwards compatibility program, but the company has now unveiled the more than 100 games that will be compatible at the launch of the service on Nov. 12. And there are more on the way.
The full 104-game list has been revealed for the initial launch, including the entire Gears of War franchise, the original Borderlands, Assassin’s Creed II (one of the franchise’s best entries), and many more. Several Xbox Live games will also be backwards compatible, including the beloved sidescroller Shadow Complex, Pac-Man Championship Edition, and Castle Crashers.
Some of these games have already been available, like the Rare games included in the Rare Replay 30-game collection, but will now also work for those who previously purchased those games on the Xbox 360.
Check out the full list of titles on Xbox’s official website, and stay tuned for more reveals, as Microsoft promises more titles will be revealed on a regular basis. Among those promised to be upcoming are the Bioshock franchise, Call of Duty: Black Ops, and Halo Wars. And for more on how backwards compatbility will work with the new Xbox One Experience, the console’s latest operating system refresh, check out the preview video below.