Microsoft has updated its list of Xbox 360 games that can be played on the Xbox One, adding four new titles. The biggest edition is the WWII-based shooter Call of Duty World at War.
First released in 2008 from developer Treyarch and publisher Activision, World at War is the last game in the Call of Duty shooter series to be set in World War II. It's also the first game to include the popular co-op Zombie mode that has since been included in most of the subsequent games in the series.
The other three games that were added to the Xbox One backwards compatible game list include the music-based shooter E4, the family game Encleverment Experiment and the Chinese tile game FunTown Mahjong, all from Microsoft Studios.
- Download E4 from the Xbox Store
- Download Encleverment Experiment from the Xbox Store
- Download FunTown Mahjong from the Xbox Store
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