updated - December 2, 2021 Thursday EST
Microsoft adds another set of titles for its Xbox backwards compatibility feature.
When the New Xbox One Experience was launched last month, the Redmond tech giant also released over 100 Xbox 360 titles playable to Xbox One console.
Since then, there were 9 million hours spent playing on Xbox 360 games on Xbox One consoles. Among these are "Fallout 3," "Gears of War 3," "Just Cause 2," "Assassin's Creed II" and "DiRT 3," according to Major Nelson .
Today, it was announced that there are 16 new titles that are added on the list.
One of which is "Halo: Reach," the fifth most voted title according to Microsoft's user voting page, with nearly 95,000 votes.
(For the complete list of the titles. Please visit Xbox.com/BackCompat)
Major Nelson also noted that the list will continue to grow on a "regular basis." But does not reveal a specific date when will the next series of games come out.
He added the company needs to work with games' publishers to release the game on the Xbox One console through backwards compatibility. Gamers are also encouraged to vote for their favorite Xbox 360 titles.
As promised, starting Nov. 12 all Xbox 360 titles on the Xbox Live with Gold free games program are also playable on Xbox One. Gamers who have active subscription on the program may download the projectile-based arcade game "CastleStorm" for free on Dec. 1 until 15.
It will be replaced by titles "Sacred 3" and military simulation game "Operation Flashpoint: Dragon Rising on the second half of December, according to Major Nelson's previous announcement.
What titles would you like to see on the upcoming line-up of Xbox backwards compatible games? Vote for your favorite Xbox 360 titles at Xbox.UserVoice.com.
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