Microsoft adds Interpol to Xbox One Backward Compatibility

Microsoft today added Interpol to the list of Xbox 360 games that are backward compatible with the Xbox One.

The list hasn't been growing quite as quickly as usual over the last couple weeks. This week only has one addition, and last week only saw Red Dead Redemption added to the list. The preceding week saw four new titles and before that, eight.

Interpol ($4.99)

As an elite Interpol agent, it is your mission hunt down the evil Dr. Chaos. Gather hidden clues in this exciting seek and find game as it takes you around the world investigating elaborate crime scenes and clever mini-games. Complete missions in 4 player co-op to quickly gather the evidence needed. Unlock the full game now to bring this criminal to justice!

Interpol will mark the 216th game on the Backward Compatibility list, which is quite a few. It's certainly an anomaly to see only one game added, two weeks in a row. It could be that the company is slowing down, but it's not likely.

To grab Interpol, head over to the Xbox Store to purchase it, and then go to your games and apps on your Xbox One, select the Ready to install tab, locate the game, and install it.

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