Microsoft has added four more Xbox 360 games that can now be played on the Xbox One, thanks to its backwards compatibility feature.
The new additions were revealed on the Major Nelson website. All of them are relatively minor games, and three of them were published by Microsoft Studios. They include the 2012 released M-rated action game Bloodforge, the 2008 rhythm game Go! Go! Break Steady and the 2007 arcade-themed platform racing game GripShift. The fourth game is Mars: War Logs, a cyberpunk-themed RPG from 2013 from publisher Focus Home Interactive.
There are now 213 Xbox 360 games that can be played on the Xbox One with these new additions to the list.