No New Backward Compatibility games on Xbox One until 2017
Larry “Major Nelson” Hyrb has announced that no new games of Xbox 360 will be added to the backward compatibility of Xbox One until next year.
On his official Twitter account, Larry “Major Nelson” Hyrb has made a statement noting that, “Before Xbox One backward compatibility team takes some time off for holidays, we have 6 new releases today. Releases resume after New Year.” Those titles are already out, including the famous titles of Rockstar Games such as Bully: Scholarship Edition and Catherine.
Fortunately, only a little more than a week remains to be 2017, but thanks to this we know that we should not expect any release of these features in the coming days. In addition players can go meanwhile to enjoy the many titles that have joined till date the catalogue and take advantage of this feature of Xbox One, with games such as Bully, Skydive or Planets Under Attack.
Before Xbox One Backward Compatibility team takes some time off for holidays, we have 6 new releases today. Releases resume after New Year
— Larry🎄Hryb (@majornelson) December 15, 2016
In total there are more than 300 games of Xbox 360 playable on Xbox One. Some of the latest games that have joined this features are Catherine, Raskulls, Skydive, Planets Under Attack, Clannad and Bully: Scholarship Edition, as well as the complete trilogy of BioShock.