Microsoft today is adding three more games to the Xbox One Backward Compatibility list. Today's additions include Assault Heroes 2, Commanders: Attack, and TimeShift.
The news comes after five more titles were added on Thursday, so it would seem that Microsoft is expanding the list more frequently after what seemed to be a lull for a couple of weeks.
Here are today's new games that support Backward Compatibility:
Re-imagined for a more intense arcade shooter experience, Assault Heroes 2 explodes with additional combat vehicles, more powerful weaponry, hijack-able enemy units, extensive on-foot skirmishes and enhanced co-op. Battle alone or with a friend in dramatic environments like space and the rainforest as you hijack the stealth helicopter, armored tank or mechanical walker from the enemy base. Reign destruction on the sinister alien force with a superior arsenal of weapons including the newly designed sub-zero freezing ice cannon, homing missiles, rocket launcher and upgraded firearms.
Deploy, Engage, Win!!! Utilize many diverse units including Tanks, Scouts, Infantry, etc. alongside your powerful Commander unit to cripple the enemy and defend your territory. Download the trial now!
The megalomaniacal Dr. Krone has created a disturbing alternate reality. Armed with the experimental Beta Suit, you alone can SLOW, STOP, and REVERSE the flow of time itself. Perfect this ability to end Krone's madness. Join the battle for survival and lead the uprising to victory.
While the Backward Compatibility list is ever-expanding, Xbox Live Gold subscribers also have the opportunity every month to claim four free games with Games with Gold, two of which are for the Xbox One and two are Xbox 360 games. You have until the end of the month to grab Ryse: Son of Rome (Xbox One) and Assassin's Creed Revelations (Xbox 360), and until May 15, you can claim The Walking Dead: Season Two (Xbox One).