Xbox One has added three more titles to its backward compatible catalog. Revealed by Larry “Major Nelson” Hryb on Twitter, the Xbox 360 games are Rage, Killer Is Dead and Shred Nebula.
Rage is a first-person shooter developed by id Software, creators of Doom, that was released in 2011. Killer is Dead is a hack-and-slash action game developed by Grasshopper Manufacture released in 2013. Shred Nebula is an Asteroids-inspired multi-directional shooter originally released on the Xbox Live arcade in 2008.
Last week, Microsoft added the Orange Box , which contains Half Life 2: Episode 2, Team Fortress 2, and Portal, to the backwards compatibility library. Galaga Legions, and Joe Danger 2: The Movie were also added that week. The current and longstanding most-requested game to be added to the list is Call of Duty: Black Ops II.
In other related news, head of Xbox Phil Spencer recently said backward compatibility for original Xbox titles isn’t in development, but also isn’t ruled out for the future.
Check out the full list of current backwards compatible games on Major Nelson’s blog. Stay tuned for more updates on the growing catalog of backward compatible games. Let us know in the comments below which games you’d like to see make the list next.