It seems many Xbox One users will be treated with plenty of good news in the coming months as Microsoft expands its set of Xbox One Backward Compatible games.
The latest addition in the program comes in the form of the much loved Xbox-exclusive racing simulator series Forza. The popular Forza Horizon is now a part of Xbox One backwards compatible library.
Users who own this game will be able to play it for absolutely free on their Xbox One console when the feature launches in November. This comes only a day after the announcement of Bayonetta also being one of the several games in a growing list of Xbox One Backward Compatible titles.
It is expected that around three to four hundred games will receive backward compatibility as the feature continues to grow, though at launch in November the numbers will be limited to around 100.
Xbox One backward compatibility will add a relatively small (450 odd megabytes) emulator file along with the Xbox 360 game to your console, which will allow Microsoft’s flagship gaming platform to emulate the Xbox 360 hardware.
Check back for more news and updates as additional games are added to this impressive feature.