Xbox One's backwards compatibility announcement took the internet by storm at this year's E3, and the feature continues to make headlines.
Ubisoft has been on the list of Xbox One's backwards compatibility supporters since day one. Xbox One versions of Rainbow Six Siege will come bundled with the Xbox 360's Rainbow Six Vegas and Rainbow Six Vegas 2. Recently, it seems as though they've given us a glimpse at other Ubisoft Xbox 360 titles making the leap.
Ubisoft Mexico posted this image, captioning it with "What Xbox 360 game from Ubisoft would you like to be compatible with the Xbox One?".
The image includes the following sizable game selection, implying that nothing is off the table for Ubisoft's support of backwards compatibility.
- Assassin's Creed
- Assassin's Creed 2
- Assassin's Creed Brotherhood
- Assassin's Creed Revelations
- Assassin's Creed 3
- Beyond Good & Evil
- Call of Juarez
- Driver: San Francisco
- Far Cry 2
- Far Cry 3
- Ghost Recon: Advanced Warfighter
- Ghost Recon: Future Soldier
- Prince of Persia
- Rainbow Six Vegas
- Rayman Origins
- Splinter Cell Blacklist
- Splinter Cell: Double Agent
Ubisoft head Yves Guillemot has praised the programme previously at an earnings call back in July:
..."It's good news for gamers that Microsoft was able to work on the compatibility aspect. They expect to come with 100 titles quite quickly, so that's really good news."...
In the same call, he teased that Xbox 360 Splinter Cell games could also make the jump to Xbox One, thanks to backwards compatibility.
..."It will help some of the brands, like Splinter Cell for us, to come to Xbox One, which is great."...
Considering Phil Spencer's recent tease for backwards compatibility with the original Xbox, we could even see the original Splinter Cell on Xbox One someday. Merci beaucoup Ubisoft.
As always, you should lodge your Xbox One backwards compatibility requests at the voting site here. I'm hoping Mass Effect 2 and 3 make the cut for the official launch, expected this fall. What Xbox 360 titles do you want to see on the Xbox One? Hit the comments!
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