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Insider: Microsoft may expand library of games with backward compatibility on Xbox after buying Activision Blizzard


Last November Microsoft informedthat library of classic games with Xbox and Xbox 360 with backwards compatibility support Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S will no longer expand. But according to an insider and podcast host XboxEra Nick to Bakerthis topic can come back again โ€” when the platform owner completes the takeover of the publisher Activision Blizzard.

According to Baker, he heard that Activision Blizzard’s welcome to the Xbox family will be accompanied by various fan activities. including providing backward compatibility for forgotten classics with Xbox 360. This category may include, for example, Quake 4 and Wolfenstein (2009) โ€” the original versions were published by Activision.

The backward compatibility program was launched in 2015. Nearly all Xbox One games and over 600 Xbox and Xbox 360 games are supported on Xbox Series X|S.


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