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Several Lost Planet Games and Resident Evil Code: Veronica X Are Now Backward Compatible

While the additions to the backward compatible library on Xbox One have gotten a bit thinner over time, we’ve got a huge batch of new titles today. Several Lost Planet games and Resident Evil Code: Veronica X are now backward compatible on Xbox One.

Several Lost Planet games and Resident Evil Code: Veronica X are now backward compatible:
  • Lost Planet 

This Winter, Capcom brings you the epic SciFi action shooter LOST PLANET.

  • Lost Planet 2

Over 10 years on from the events of the original, LOST PLANET 2 returns to the troubled world of E.D.N. III, with a globe-trotting story of a planet torn apart by the battle for precious thermal energy. 

  • Lost Planet 3

With numerous multiplayer modes and a highly engrossing cinematic single player experience, Lost Planet 3 delves deeper into the Lost Planet universe, uncovering hidden truths within the unique environment of E.D.N. III.

  • Lost Planet Colonies 

LOST PLANET has been enhanced with new maps and gameplay modes. Re-visit the great online action! 

  • Resident Evil Code: Veronica X 

Claire Redfield travels to Europe in search of her brother. Claire infiltrates the Paris laboratory of Umbrella Corporation, but is captured after a heated gun fight. The captured Claire is then sent to Rockfort Island, but shortly after her arrival the island is attacked! Amidst the chaos, a horde of zombies are released! Can Claire escape the horrors of the island?

Lost Planet Games and Resident Evil Code: Veronica X Are Now Backward Compatible

Here’s the rest of the games added in February:

You can check out the titles added last month right here.

This now takes the total to 548 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.

Samuel Tolbert
Samuel Tolberthttp://Ticgamesnetwork.com
Hello, I'm Samuel. I'm the News Editor for TiC Games Network. I've loved video games for most of my life. I also enjoy writing about them. If you like what I write, feel free to follow me on Twitter. Also enjoy talking about tech, movies and other geeky stuff.

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