Call of Duty: Ghosts comes to Xbox backward compatibility
After a bit of a hiatus, Microsoft is busy adding new games to the Xbox backward compatible list again this week. The latest to arrive is Call of Duty: Ghosts, which is a bit of a mixed bag, to say the least.
Released in 2013, Call of Duty: Ghosts puts players in the shoes of a force fighting for the survival of a weakened nation.
Ghosts is an interesting addition in that it was also released for the Xbox One along with consoles from last generation. If you previously owned the game for Xbox 360 before upgrading to the Xbox One, however, this is a good way to jump back in without having to purchase it twice.
The game is available on the Xbox 360 Marketplace, but at a prohibitive $40. At that price, you'd be better off just picking up a discounted copy of the Xbox One version if you don't own the game yet.
- See at the Xbox 360 Marketplace (opens in new tab)
- See at the Xbox One Store (opens in new tab)
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But, just curious why are they allowing "Everything Except Modern Warfare Series" to be backwards compatible??
Only 3 games I care about in Call of Duty series.