Microsoft has been working diligently to increase the number of XBox 360 games that its XBox One game console can play. They’ve been adding new titles on a weekly basis, and this week it was Fallout: New Vegas’s turn. Originally released in 2010 as a stopgap spinoff of sorts between Fallouts 3 and 4, it proved popular enough to satisfy fans.
If you’re still waiting for Fallout 3, you’re going to feel like quite the fool when I tell you that game was part of Microsoft’s initial list when backwards compatibility was introduced last November. But now Vegas joins it, and of course Fallout 4 is playable as well. XBox One is your Fallout console!
Eight games in total were added to the backwards compatibility list today. These are the other seven:
- Blood Knights
- Comic Jumper
- Crystal Quest
- Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara
- I Am Alive
- Joe Danger
- Red Faction: Battlegrounds