Deus Ex among 16 games added to Xbox One backwards compatibility

Brodie Fogg 18 December 2015 NEWS

Deus Ex JensenMicrosoft has announced 16 new Xbox 360 titles that are now playable on Xbox One including Deus Ex: Human Evolution, Fable III and Halo: Reach.

As promised, Microsoft has announced the next round of backwards compatible titles for Xbox One and though there's no sign of the coveted Red Dead Redemption (or any other Rockstar title for that matter), there's still a few attractive titles that are more than likely sitting at the bottom of your sock drawer.


As with the previous list of backwards compatible titles, there are a few oddities -- was anyone seriously hanging out to play Doritos Crash Course ever again? -- as well as some genuine classics.


Among the highlights are Fable III, Deus Ex: Human Revolution, both titles that have sequels due out in 2016, along with fan-favourite, Halo: Reach.


It's worth noting that Fable III, Halo: Reach and Deus Ex: Human Revolution all appeared in the backwards compatibility marketing material before launch.

We studiously analysed the material, including presentations, videos and images, and found 62 games that weren't available at launch. Check the list of titles still to launch here.

Click here for the full list of backwards compatible games on Xbox One

January backwards compatible titles for Xbox One

  • Braid
  • Doritos Crash Course
  • Fable III
  • Halo: Reach
  • Hydro Thunder
  • Iron Brigade
  • Kane & Lynch 2
  • Motocross Madness
  • Peggle
  • Portal: Still Alive
  • Spelunky
  • Splosion Man
  • Ticket to Ride™
  • Zuma’s Revenge!

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