Xbox One Backward Compatibility Library Gets New Additions, Adds The Elder Scrolls 4 Oblivion
These games can also be bought digitally if you don’t already own them.
Microsoft has added some new titles to its Xbox One backwards compatibility library. These additions are just icing on the cake to some major games that have been added to the library earlier this month. In all, Microsoft has announced four more games, though none are of the stature of the Mass Effect games that were added earlier in November.
Headlining the four new titles are The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion. Those who don’t already have the disc (which can just be popped into the Xbox One) can purchase it digitally for $15. Alongside that game is Astropop ($10), Medal of Honor: Airbone ($15) and Trine 2 ($15).
Microsoft has been working hard to make sure its library of backwards compatible games is attractive to as many players as possible. Adding games as often as they have recently is certainly making strides in that very important direction. Let us know if these four are among your favorites.