During Aprils' Inside Xbox show, Microsoft announced a raft of new original Xbox games were headed to the backward compatibility programs throughout the month. Last week saw the first batch arrive with eight new titles, including Jade Empire and The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind. Today, the second batch is now available.
In all, Xbox One owners can now play eleven more original Xbox titles via backward compatibility, including several from the Star Wars universe. Here's a full look at today's latest additions.
- Destroy All Humans!
- Full Spectrum Warrior
- Mercenaries: Playground of Destruction
- MX Unleashed
- Panzer Elite Action: Fields of Glory (Europe only)
- Star Wars: Battlefront
- Star Wars: Battlefront II
- Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy
- Star Wars: Jedi Starfighter
- Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords
- Star Wars: Republic Commando
All of the new titles can be picked up through the Xbox Marketplace or by using the original discs, if you have them. Each game also includes visual enhancements on Xbox One, including a sixteen-times resolution bump on Xbox One X and a four-times increase on Xbox One S.
Are you planning to dive back in to any of the new original games? Personally, I'm pretty stoked to get back in to some of the older Star Wars games that are now part of the program.
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