Microsoft has bolstered a Xbox One library once again, adding some-more games to a retrograde harmony list. A sum of 3 new Xbox 360 titles are all now playable on Xbox One, including a Metal Gear Solid and a Ghost Recon title.
As common by Microsoft’s Larry Hryb on Twitter, Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker HD Edition is among a new games that can now be played on Xbox One. Peace Walker was creatively expelled on PlayStation Portable and introduced some of a mechanics, like base-building, that would be pivotal in Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain.
Also now playable is Ghost Recon: Future Soldier, which, as a name suggests, takes a traditionally realism-focused Ghost Recon and sets it in a destiny with modernized weaponry and technology. Finally, rounding out a list is Axel Pixel, a point-and-click journey diversion with hand-drawn graphics.
As always, earthy copies of these games can be popped into a complement to trigger a download so they can be played on Xbox One. Alternatively, you’ll find digital copies in a a Ready to Download area of a My Games and Apps territory on a console. If we don’t already possess them, all 3 are also for sale right by a Xbox Store (with a difference of Axel Pixel, that is usually accessible to those who already possess it). You can check out all that’s playable in the full Xbox One retrograde harmony list.