New Xbox One update notes mystery for March 28

  • New Xbox One update notes mystery for March 28

New Xbox One update notes mystery for March 28

Gamespot did a quick write-up on the three new games added to the list after Major Nelson updated the post on his official blog about them being available for the Xbox One as backwards compatible titles. King of Fighters, Halo Wars, and Soul Calibur will be now available on the console.

Alan WakeDark Souls, and Tekken Tag Tournament 2 were also added to the service earlier this month. As far as we're aware, Microsoft didn't give a heads-up beforehand, leaving users scratching their heads as to what is new on Xbox One after the update today.

The game joins the growing list of Xbox 360 games playable on Xbox One, including those added last night: Halo Wars, Soulcalibur 2 HD and King of Fighters 98. This feature is one of the new ones that the latest update will be providing on the Xbox One. However, you will have to buy the games in order to play them.

Xbox 360 owners will be able to grab Dead Space, which is also available all throughout April, as well as Saints Row 4 from the 16 April through to 15 May. The games that they announced are for the Games with Gold subscribers.

Is your favorite game not on the Xbox 360 store yet?

For fans of old school games: The King of Fighters '98 Ultimate Match is a must-have for gamers of fans of fighting game for over 30 years.

In fact, Microsoft may be thinking along that line as it announced plans to support PC and PS4 games in Xbox Live. It features one of the most robust rosters from the long-running series, including both fan-favorites and some more lesser-known characters. The first few Xbox One backwards-compatible games included a number of big name titles, including Gears of War and Halo, among others.