Microsoft adds Call of Duty: Ghosts to Xbox One Backward Compatibility program

On Tuesday, Microsoft added five more Xbox 360 games to the list of those playable on the Xbox One through its Backward Compatibility program. They were the first additions in over a month, bringing the total number of backward-compatible games to 391.

Today, Microsoft nudged a little closer towards its next major milestone of 400 games with the addition of its 392nd title:

Call of Duty: Ghosts ($39.99)

Ten years after a devastating mass event, the nation's borders and the balance of global power have been redrawn forever. As what's left of the nation's Special Operations forces, a mysterious group known only as "Ghosts" leads the fight back against a newly emerged, technologically-superior global power.

Microsoft announced at E3 this month that it will be offering games from the original Xbox through the Backward Compatibility program as well. It hasn't yet announced full details of those plans, but first-gen Xbox games should be available for its Xbox One consoles later this year.

Source: @majornelson

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