Earlier this week, a handful of Xbox 360 games were added to Xbox One’s library of backward compatible games. The most notable addition to the lineup is Call of Duty: World at War.
In addition to World at War, three other titles were revealed by Larry “Major Nelson” Hyrb via Twitter and Xbox One’s official backward compatibility page. The titles include: colorful shoot ’em up E4: Every Extend Extra Extreme; the puzzle mini-game collection Encleverment Experiment; and video board game FunTown Mahjong.
If you missed one of last week’s additions, the game Word Puzzle joined the list as well. It was also announced last week that backward compatible games are being updated to improve performance.
Xbox representative Mike Ybarra responded to a fan’s tweet that questioned if there were any Vsync changes. “Yes, we fixed a few bugs and the latest update addressed those,” Ybarra said.
In addition, Xbox Platform PM lead, Bill Stillwell explained enhancements to the frame rate of backward compatible games and specific updates to the Gears of Wars games.
“The update for general BC fps stuttering is out now. Also, we are pushing a CU to the Gears of War titles today as well,” Stillwell said.
Stay tuned for more updates on the new Xbox One backward compatible games.