Microsoft today is adding three more games to its backward compatible lineup on Xbox One. None are what you'd consider major titles, but the latest additions include Fable Heroes, Sensible World of Soccer, and GRID Autosport.
The biggest addition here is probably Fable Heroes, an arcade co-op game set in the popular Fable universe. The game lets you team up with friends or battle each other with hack-and-slash gameplay while working to unlock character upgrades, items, and new characters. As far as its looks, Fable Heroes is very much on the cartoony side of things, but it's a pretty unique look.
Fable Heroes is available for $9.99.
Sensible World of Soccer
If you're a fan of retro sports games, Sensible World of Soccer is an updated take on the '90s football title. The game includes support for Xbox Live multiplayer, as well as local multiplayer for up to two people. If you want to jump in right away, you can play along with the quick game mode. If you're in for the long haul, you can also manage a team over the course of a full season with an integrated tactics editor.
Sensible World of Soccer is available for $9.99.
Lastly is GRID Autosport, a racer that spans 100 routes spread across 22 locations. The game includes a lengthy career mode, along with plenty of cars to check out. As for multiplayer modes, you can join racing clubs or challenge a friend with local two-player split-screen matches.
GRID Autosport is available for $24.99.
If you already own any of the three new backward compatible games, then you should be able to dive back in on your Xbox One starting today. And for more, check out our comprehensive list of backward compatible titles.
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