It's that time again. Tuesdays and Thursdays are when Microsoft typically adds new Xbox 360 games to the list of those playable on the Xbox One through its Backward Compatibility program, and the latest addition has just been announced.
Last Tuesday's addition was LEGO: Indiana Jones, and it was followed on Thursday by Grand Theft Auto IV, along with the two Episodes from Liberty City add-on packs. Today, Hitman: Absolution, which launched on the 360 almost three years ago, has been added to the Xbox One backward compatibility list.
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If you're looking for new games on the cheap, don't forget about Games with Gold, which offers four free games to Xbox Live Gold members every month.
You still have until tomorrow, February 15, to grab Killer Instinct Season2 Ultra Edition (Xbox One), which was part of last month's offers; and for this month, you can currently claim Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime (Xbox One) and Monkey Island 2: SE (Xbox 360).