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Microsoft adds Tom Clancy's H.A.W.X and EndWar to Xbox One Backward Compatibility

It's a new week and a couple of new additions have been made to the Xbox One Backward Compatibility program. Today, Microsoft announced that two Tom Clancy Ubisoft games originally for the Xbox 360 were being added, them being the arcade flying title H.A.W.X and the unique voice command controlled strategy game EndWar.

These two join the four Ghost Recon and Splinter Cell Tom Clancy titles that are already backward compatible on the Xbox One. Here are the details and store pages of the two new arrivals:

Tom Clancy's EndWar - $19.99

Experience World War III in your living room with Tom Clancy's EndWar™, a revolutionary new war game built to maximize next-generation gaming consoles and completely controllable by voice.

Tom Clancy's H.A.W.X - not available for purchase

Tom Clancy’s H.A.W.X puts you in command of the most powerful jet fighters on Earth. In 2014, as a former elite USAF pilot, you join a powerful Private Military Company. Your missions will take you all around the world over photo-realistic, well-known locations, using real satellite data.

Last Tuesday, the backward compatibility list increased by four games, with Microsoft adding three titles from the Castlevania franchise as well as the original Just Cause. Also announced that day were the November Games with Gold, with its first wave of games, Battlefield 1 and Assassin's Creed, now available to claim for Xbox Live Gold members.

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