A new batch of games are hitting the Xbox One backward compatibility list, led chiefly by the likes of Borderlands 2 and Assassin's Creed Rogue. Those two are just the tip of the iceberg, however, as Xbox's Larry Hryb has announced that there are 4 additional titles hitting the list today as well.

Borderlands 2, Assassin's Creed Rogue among the latest batch of Xbox backward compatible games

Other arrivals include Gyromancer, which is an interesting fusion of RPG and puzzle gameplay from a collaboration between Square Enix and Pop Cap. Also hitting the list is Moon Diver, which is a side-scrolling co-op action game in which you fight to reclaim a ruined earth in the year 2081.

King of Fighters 2002 Unlimited Match has also joined the list, offering a retro King of Fighters arcade feel with an absolutely gigantic roster. Rounding things out is Space Invaders: Infinity Gene, which brings 143 stages that start out as classic Space Invaders and gradually evolve as you play.

Don't forget that Borderlands 2 is set to go free for Xbox Live Gold members as part of March's Games with Gold from March 1-15. So, if you don't mind waiting a bit, you won't have to shell out the $20 the game currently fetches at the Xbox Marketplace. And for more backward compatible titles, be sure to check out our comprehensive rundown of each game on the list.

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