More and more Xbox 360 games are joining the ranks of titles playable on your Xbox One, as Hydrophobia and Marathon: Durandal are now backward compatible on Xbox One.
Hydrophobia and Marathon: Durandal are now backward compatible:
Hydrophobia™ is a third person survival adventure set in a floating city, where terrorists take control and heroine Kate has to overcome her haunting childhood memories and fight back using all her skills and expertise as a systems engineer. Hydrophobia offers fast-paced action and breathtaking visuals; engage in mind blowing “flow combat” where emergent gameplay results in a never-the-same-experience. Unleash floating oil fires, electricity and the power of the water itself to wipe out your enemy as you discover the terrifying truth of the Malthusian agenda; Save the World, Kill Yourself.
- Marathon: Durandal
Purchase now to unlock the full game, with all the classic Marathon gameplay and shiny new enhanced high-definition graphics! Feeling tough? Take on the universe alone in Single-Player mode. Feeling friendly? Team up with others to fight the Pfhor in Cooperative mode. Spoiling for a fight? Challenge the world to Deathmatch, King of the Hill, Tag, or the ever-popular Kill the Man with the Ball! There are no refunds for this item.
Here’s the rest of the games added in February:
- Lost Planet
- Lost Planet 2
- Lost Planet 3
- Lost Planet Colonies
- Resident Evil Code: Veronica X
- The King of Fighters XIII
- Orcs Must Die!
You can check out the titles added last month right here.
This now takes the total to 550 Xbox 360 games, 25 X enhanced 360 games and 33 Original Xbox games available on the Xbox One via backwards compatibility. Xbox One X enhanced Xbox 360 games run at 4 times the original resolution on the Xbox One X. All Original Xbox games run at 4x resolution on the Xbox One S and 16x resolution on the Xbox One X. To check out the entire list of games now available through this feature please visit Major Nelson’s Blog.