The month of October started with fresh new titles for the Xbox One backwards compatibility list. The first week brought new titles to the feature wherein, three Xbox 360 games arrived on the current gen platform. These titles include “Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed,” “Puzzle Quest 2” and “Puzzle Quest Galactrix.”
“The Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed” was voted by over 5,000 players, thus included in the new Xbox One backwards compatibility feature. The next set of backwards compatible titles that arrived were “Lost Odyssey,” “Gwange and Toy Story 3.” Meanwhile, the “Call of Duty” franchise; which already contributed three franchise titles recently added “Call of Duty: World at War.”
Meanwhile , the Xbox One platform has recently been compared to the PS4 console wherein five distinct difference made the platform superior to the other. The Xbox One backwards compatibility feature is the main component of the Xbox One that makes it better than the PS4.
The cross-platform in Windows 10 has also contributed on the added feature of the Xbox, something the PS4 platform is not designed to do so. The exclusive games of the Xbox One are also said to have better lineup than the PS4 program. Also, the voice command and the TV feature of the Xbox One makes it stood out from the PS4 console, the EXPRESS UK reports.
The Xbox One backwards compatibility feature allows former Xbox 360 players to play their games in the new Xbox One console. If a player previously owned the title in the Xbox 360 console, the game will automatically appear on the Xbox One store, otherwise, it needs to be purchased and downloaded manually on the console.