Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag and Divinity II Are Now Backwords Compatible on Xbox One
After adding Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare to it’s growing list of backward compatible games last week, Larry Hryb has tweeted that Microsoft will be continuing to expand our game collections by making two more Xbox 360 games playable on our Xbox Ones.
One of the new compatible games is Ubisoft’s swash-buckling action/adventure Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag which takes the fictitious war between Assassin’s and Templars to the Caribbean seas for an epic pirate adventure. Whilst there is already an Xbox One version of this game, players who own the 360 version will have a chance to replay protagonist Edward Kenway’s adventure; something that might be more tempting if you’ve picked up Assassin’s Creed Rogue Remastered which released on new-gen consoles last month.
The second game joining the backwards compatible line-up is Divinity II: The Dragon Knight Saga, a colourful and in-depth RPG adventure developed by Lorian.
As always, if you already own these games physically, you can download them straight to your console from disc just like any other physical game, and if you only it digitally, it will be ready to install straight to your console.
Moreover, GameSpot have reported that Microsoft is set to make a “big update” to backwards compatible games regarding original Xbox. The announcement is set to be made on the next episode of Inside Xbox on Tuesday 10th April.