New Title Coming To Backwards Compatibility TODAY!

Rumours fly around the internet in their millions. Constantly something new is ‘leaked’ about a particular game, franchise or console. But who can you trust? All you can do is look at their track record and one person who does have an extremely good track record is Neogaf user EKIM.

Yesterday EKIM announced on Twitter that he knew what games where going to be coming to Backwards Compatibility today and to no ones surprise the was no Call Of Duty Black Ops 2. What there will be however is JUJU, Mad Tracks, and Stuntman: Ignition.

Although non of these titles are particularly earth shattering it is nice to see the number of titles in the Backwards Compatibility program growing. But when will we see Black Ops 2 been added to that list we hear you cry? As of yet Phil Spencer and Co at Xbox are keeping tight lipped but we will let you know as soon as we hear anything.

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Source: gamepur.com

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2 thoughts on “New Title Coming To Backwards Compatibility TODAY!”

  1. @Xbox annnnnnnd its an arcade game

  2. d0x360 says:

    If everyone wants BLOPS2 so badly why aren’t they hammering Activisions forums, sending emails and tweets or the infinity more effective mass snail mail campaigns?

    Microsoft has already said they will do all the work, they need nothing for a publisher aside from permission so bugging ms won’t help anymore I’m sure they have sent every publisher their own top x requested games.

    So spread the word and remember the actual mail is 1000x more effective than email because email takes zero effort…

    He’ll go on the x¹ and blops subreddits with a mailing address and form letter and try to get people sending lots of mail to the CEO, CFO and CTO.

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