Playdead’s memorable 2D side-scrolling, puzzle-platform game Limbo has been added to Xbox One’s backward compatibility library. The announcement was made by Larry “Major Nelson” Hryb in a Twitter post.

Limbo launched in 2010 on the Xbox Live Arcade and was later ported to other platforms including PlayStation 3 and PC. For those that already own Limbo for Xbox 360, the title will show up in your game library. If you haven’t pick up Limbo, you can purchase it for $9.99 on your console or from the Xbox Store. According to the store’s listing, the game will take up 117.40 MB of memory.

In addition, Blue Dragon was also added to the Xbox One backwards compatible catalog earlier this week. Back in June, Playdead released their second game, Inside. Similar to Limbo, Inside has received positive feedback from critics, including our review of the game.

Currently the most requested games to be added to the backwards compatibility library include Call of Duty: Black Ops 2, Skyrim, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 and Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare.

Stay tuned for more games coming to the Xbox One backward compatibility program. Let us know in the comments which games you’d like to see next.

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