One more game has been added to the Xbox One Backwards Compatibility program. We are talking about Call Of Duty: World At War.
Call Of Duty: World At War (WaW) was released for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Wii, Nintendo DS and Windows PC on november 11, 2008. Its plot is set in World War II and it allows the player to fight as Miller (american soldier engaged in the battle against the Japanese army) or Petrenko (russian soldier who had to fight with the German army).
This game is considered a masterpiece and a pure example of the series’ glorious past, so players pushed Microsoft multiple times for it to be released also on Xbox One. And it seems they succeded.
With a post on his Twitter account, Xbox Live’s Major Nelson announced that Call Of Duty: World At War is now backwards compatible on Xbox One. This game is not the only one from the series, since Call of Duty 2, Call of Duty 3, and Call of Duty: Black Ops 1 are already available.
If you want to play this game, you have two ways: if you already purchased the digital version, it should come up as a free download, otherwise if you own the disc, you should be able to play without any worries.
Do you think Sony should take inspiration from Microsoft and add backwards compatibility too? Nostalgic players would love this thing and it would surely boost the selling. Maybe is this feature coming to PlayStation 4 Pro?
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