Fallout: New Vegas, Joe Danger and a Bunch More Titles Added to Xbox One Backward Compatibility

A total of eight new titles were announced today as backwards compatible with the Xbox One.


Microsoft has announced that, as of this very moment, you will be able to download and play an extra eight Xbox 360 titles via Xbox One backwards compatibility.

The big news is that Obsidian Entertiainment’s Fallout: New Vegas is now available, though other notable titles on the list include Joe Danger (from No Man’s Sky developer Hello Games) and the survival game I Am Alive.

You can check out the full list of today’s additions below:

  • Blood Knights
  • Comic Jumper
  • Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara
  • Crystal Quest
  • Fallout: New Vegas
  • I Am Alive
  • Joe Danger – Special Edition
  • Red Faction Battleground

For the complete list of titles now available through Microsoft’s backwards compatibility program, head over to Major Nelson’s blog right here.

You can find the digital backwards compatible titles you own in the “Ready to Install” section of your Xbox One home menu, whereas disc-based games can be inserted into the console which will then begin to install the data.

Be sure to keep an eye out on Twinfinite for whenever more Xbox 360 games are announced as backwards compatible with the Xbox One.


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Alex Avard

Alex was a freelance writer for Twinfinite in 2016 who focused on covering all sorts of video game news. He is a British geek with an unhealthy appetite for video games, movies and politics. As such, you can expect to find plenty of sarcasm, pretentiousness and acerbic wit layered throughout his writing. He also finds it kind of awkward to refer to himself in the third person like this.