Microsoft adds Battlestations Pacific, Fuel, and more to Xbox One Backward Compatibility

The team working on the Xbox One backward compatibility program has returned from their rightly earned holiday break with a trio of newly adapted Xbox 360 games. Microsoft announced today that the first new additions of 2019 are FUEL, Battlestations Pacific, and Rayman Raving Rabbids.

For those who don't own them already, all three games are purchasable straight from the marketplace as well:

FUEL - $9.99

Floods, storms, bush-fires, tornados and hurricanes have driven people from towns and cities into uare miles of dangerous uninhabitable areas. People turn to renewable energy in the face of the destruction caused by global warming. But these danger zones become a playground for a new breed of racer.

Battlestations Pacific - $24.99

Take the fight in the Pacific direct to the enemy in this epic action-strategy game where players command and take control of over 100 air, sea and undersea units.

Rayman Raving Rabbids - $19.99

Rayman Raving Rabbids is a casual game where you play as Rayman, challenges 75 trials minigame to save baby globox and get out of the jail of raving rabbit. Play score mode to beat record of 75 trials and unlock movies as well as artworks.

Just in 2018, Microsoft managed to bring in over 100 games to the backward compatibility program, including classic titles from both the original Xbox and the Xbox 360. It doesn't look like the company will be putting on the breaks anytime soon.

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