Microsoft says that it plans to reveal the list of all the Xbox 360 games that will be playable on the Xbox One, via its backwards compatibility feature, on Nov. 9. However, a website claims to have obtained a list of those games well ahead of time.
The German site DrWindows.de says that it has found a list of those games that was sent to retail partners in October. The list includes a lot of major game releases from the Xbox 360 library, including most of the Halo series, many Assasin's Creed titles, and more. One big game series that is not on the list is the Call of Duty franchise.
We will point out that even if this list did come from Microsoft, it's more than likely that it is incomplete. There might be more Xbox 360 games that will be playable on the Xbox One that are not on this list. That includes Dirt 3 and Dungeon Siege 3, this month's free Xbox 360 Game with Gold titles that Microsoft has already confirmed will be playable on the Xbox One as well.
It's also possible that a few games shown might not be ready for the backwards compatibility feature when it's added to the console on November 12 as part of the New Xbox One Experience. Bearing all that in mind, what do you think of this possible game list? Is your favorite game included? Let us know in the comments!
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