Microsoft has finally confirmed the first Xbox 360 game titles that will be playable on the Xbox One later this week.
Mike Ybarra, Director of Program Management for Xbox, has announced that the first 104 titles are coming to Xbox One Backward Compatibility. The company is scheduled to roll out a new update for the console's system software on November 12, to enable backward compatibility.
"Our launch of 104 titles on Nov. 12 is just the beginning. You can expect new Xbox One Backward Compatible games to be announced on a regular basis, starting in December. More titles are on the way, including fan favourites like Halo Reach, Halo Wars, Call of Duty: Black Ops, Bioshock, Bioshock 2, Bioshock Infinite and Skate 3. Stay tuned because this just the beginning of a long list of Xbox 360 games that will run on Xbox One." Mike added.
The full list of first 104 titles can be found at the Backward Compatibility page at Xbox.com.
Mike also said that, since the launch of Xbox One, many users have given feedback that helped to shape the future of gaming at Xbox, including making Xbox One Backward Compatibility a reality.
The video below gives you a snapshot of Xbox One Backward Compatibility in action.