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Microsoft has introduced 16 new Xbox 360 games that support the Xbox One's backward compatibility feature, which arrived on the console last month alongside the New Xbox One Experience.
Microsoft's Head of Xbox, Phil Spencer has confirmed that more games will support Xbox One backwards compatibility 'very soon', one month after the feature arrived on the console.
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Microsoft has released a list detailing titles that will be supported by the Xbox One's upcoming backwards compatibility feature, prior to the New Xbox One Experience update arriving later this week.
Microsoft's Mike Ybarra has stated that a detailed list of over one hundred Xbox 360 games coming to the Xbox One will be revealed next Monday, before becoming available three days later.
Larry Hryb and Xbox team member Bill Stillwell discuss how the Xbox One's new compatibility mode will work. The feature is now available for 'Preview Members' with public release at year's end.
Microsoft executive Albert Penello said adding Xbox 360 game support to the Xbox One via a cloud server solution was currently too "problematic", but did not rule it out for a future update.