Microsoft adds Lost Planet series and more to Xbox One Backward Compatibility

Microsoft has added five more Xbox 360 games to the Xbox One Backward Compatibility program today, arriving just a week after Orcs Must Die and The King of Fighters XIII were made natively playable on the Xbox One console family.

With the exception of Resident Evil Code: Veronica X, the rest of the new arrivals are all from the Lost Planet third-person shooter series. Here's the full list:

Resident Evil Code: Veronica X ($19.99)

It has been 3 months since the destruction of Raccoon City. Claire Redfield travels to Europe in search of her brother. Claire infiltrates the Paris laboratory of Umbrella Corporation, but is captured after a heated gun fight. The captured Claire is then sent to Rockfort Island, but shortly after her arrival the island is attacked! Amidst the chaos, a horde of zombies are released! Can Claire escape the horrors of the island?

Lost Planet (Not available for purchase)

Lost Planet Colonies ($19.99)

LOST PLANET has been enhanced with new maps and gameplay modes.

Lost Planet 2 ($19.99)

Rediscover the world of LOST PLANET 2, the latest entry in the 2.7 million-selling action shooter series! Over 10 years on from the events of the original, LOST PLANET 2 returns to the troubled world of E.D.N. III, with a globe-trotting story of a planet torn apart by the battle for precious thermal energy.

Lost Planet 3 ($19.99)

With numerous multiplayer modes and a highly engrossing cinematic single player experience, Lost Planet 3 delves deeper into the Lost Planet universe, uncovering hidden truths within the unique environment of E.D.N. III.

Something of note is that Lost Planet Colonies is a Gold Edition of the original Lost Planet, coming with various additional modes. Although Lost Planet is not purchasable directly, those who own an original disk can still pop it into their Xbox One console - just as with other backward compatible games - and use that approach to play it.

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