Two new games have been given the Xbox One backward compatibility treatment. Revealed by Larry “Major Nelson” Hyrb on Twitter, the new games are Injustice: Gods Among Us and Haunted House.
Injustice: Gods Among Us is a fighting game featuring characters from the DC universe. It was developed by NetherRealm Studios, who also made Mortal Kombat X, and was surprisingly well received by fighting game fans when it was released, considering it was a licensed game (and also considering the poorly received Mortal Kombat vs DC Universe). Both the main game and all of its DLC will be backward compatible. The Ultimate Edition of Injustice, which includes all of the DLC on the disc, will only be backward compatible if you have the physical disc.
Haunted House is a remake of the classic Atari 2600 game from 1982. It’s a family friendly horror-themed game, so take a look if you feel like exploring a goofy, spooky house.
These two games come alongside Tuesday’s additions, which included The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion. Head of Xbox Phil Spencer also recently explained why it’s taking some games longer than others to make their way to Xbox One backward compatibility.
The full list of backward compatible titles can be found here.