Microsoft is adding two more games to the Xbox One Backward Compatible list today, including Earth Defense Force: IA and F1 2014. The new additions bring the grand total to 394 titles, as the list edges closer to its next milestone of 400 games.
Here's what's new today:
Thousands of giant insects and aliens once again ravage the earth, and only the Earth Defense Force can stop them. Destroy these monsters at all costs, even if it means turning entire city blocks into rubble! • Raw hardcore shooter satisfaction returns in this follow up to Earth Defense Force 2017 • New! Intense 3 player online co-op multiplayer and 6 player survival modes • New! Collect over 300 weapons across 4 upgradeable armor types: Jetpack, Battle, Tactical, and Trooper
Feel the power of new turbocharged FORMULA ONE™ cars in the most accessible FORMULA 1™ video game yet, including a new driver evaluation system to adjust the game to your level, shorter career options and new Very Easy mode. F1 2014 features all the cars, drivers and circuits from the 2014 FIA FORMULA ONE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP™ including new tracks in Russia and Austria.
There are plenty more games that will be coming in future months; in fact, 343 Industries recently announced that it's bringing four Halo games to Backward Compatibility. On top of that, Microsoft will be adding support for games that were made for the original Xbox.
But don't forget about Games with Gold, which includes four free games per month for Xbox Live Gold subscribers. You've got until the 15th to grab Watch_Dogs (Xbox One), which was part of last month's offers, and Kane & Lynch 2 (Xbox 360), which is among this month's Games with Gold. You can also grab Grow Up (Xbox One) until the end of the month.