Another title has joined the ever-growing list of games playable on Xbox One via backwards compatibility, and this time around it’s Bomberman Live: Battlefest.
Major Nelson announced the news via Twitter earlier this week that the game would be available immediately.
Bomberman Live: Battlefest was originally released for the Xbox 360 in 2010. Developed by Pi Studios, the game is a sequel to its predecessor, Bomberman Live.
“The second game in the Bomberman Live line of explosive action games features the same frantic action with 8-person online multiplayer that the series is known for, as well as a wealth of additional features, including teams, new modes, new arenas, new power-ups, new costumes, and even the ability to use an avatar as a playable character,” the game’s description reads.
Those who owned the game on 360 will be able to download it immediately, while those who may have missed out on it can easily purchase it for $9.99.
According to Xbox’s Aaron Greenberg, since its launch late last year, Xbox players have spent more than 145 million hours in the backwards compatible library of now more than 230 titles available. The most popular titles recently added include Call of Duty: Black Ops and Rockstar’s western title, Red Dead Redemption.