Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon becomes backward compatible for Xbox One

Microsoft has added another game to its growing library of backwards compatible games from the Xbox 360 to the Xbox One. Ubisoft's Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon joins the list of 233 other games that had previously been added to the Backward Compatibility list.

Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon is a standalone expansion to the popular shooter Far Cry 3 and is a very different game from the original material. Instead of continuing to fight corrupt militant groups and fending off wild tigers, Blood Dragon drops you in a fictional 2007 setting that borrows heavily from 80s action flicks like Commando and Robocop and flashes a lot of neon colors. Blood Dragon doesn't take itself too seriously, so if you're a fan of shooters and appreciate loads of humor and over-the-top action, you might consider picking this game up.

If you already owned Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon on Xbox 360 as a digital game, it should already be showing up in your games library. If you don't already own Blood Dragon, you can buy it directly from the Xbox Store for $14.99.

Source: Major Nelson

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