Xbox One gamers have two more older Xbox 360 titles they can play on their console. DOOM 3 BFG Edition and Monaco are the latest games added to the Xbox One's backwards compatibility list.
DOOM 3: BFG Edition is a game bundle from id software that collects the first person shooters DOOM, DOOM II, DOOM 3, and the DOOM 3: Resurrection of Evil DLC pack, along with a "Lost Mission" for the game that's exclusive for this edition. id Software reboot of the DOOM franchise launches May 13, and its open multiplayer beta starts later today and runs through this weekend.
Released in 2013, Monaco comes from indie game developer PocketWatch Games. It puts the player on a team of thieves as they try to commit crimes in both single player and co-op modes.
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