The Elder Scrolls 4: Oblivion joins the ever-growing list of titles available in Xbox One’s backward compatible program.
Microsoft revealed the Xbox One backward compatibility feature back in 2015 at an E3 conference. Since then, Xbox One owners have reaped the benefits of playing their much loved older games on the current gen platform. The program continuously improved with more games added to the list. Another fantastic title now joins the ranks, The Elder Scrolls 4: Oblivion.
Oblivion coming to Xbox One is sure to excite fans, but it won’t be coming to the console alone. Microsoft has announced that three more titles will be joining the list as well. Alongside Oblivion being added, Medal of Honor: Airborne, Astropop and Trine 2 are now available for players to get their hands on as well.
Those who already own any of these games digitally will automatically have them ready to download on the system. All backward compatible games can be purchased on the Xbox Store. Physical disc owners can just insert the disc and play.
November has been a great month for Xbox One owners, Not only are these titles now playable on the platform. Earlier this month BioWare’s Mass Effect 2 and 3 joined the lineup. With a constantly growing list of major titles coming to the Xbox One. Fans will never run out of games to play on the console.
The decision to have such huge hit titles re-released on the Xbox One so close to Christmas is undoubtedly benefitting Microsoft greatly. For instance, the Xbox One had managed to outsell the PlayStation 4 on Black Friday.