Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood became part of the Xbox One Backward Compatibility games list this week along with five other classic games that gave a big boost to the BC games list. In fact, the Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood and Call of Duty: Ghosts became the headlines of this new Xbox One Backward Compatibility games lineup.

The Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood won the most votes and in total, over 50K people voted for the game to be included into BC games list. The second one to top the ranks was the Call of Duty: Ghosts with over 26K votes.

Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood originally released back in 2010. It was the very first game of the series to shift the action to the vicinity of Rome. It further introduced the multiplayer play in the series as well as the remarkable assassin recruiting system.

For all those who don’t have the original version of the game, it’s still available as part of the Assassin’s Creed Ezio Collection. Fans can purchase the game with Ezio Collection in about $31.09 via the Xbox Ultimate Games Sale 2017.

Call of Duty Ghosts is another big title to become part of the Xbox One Backward Compatibility games lineup. It’s the second best entry in the BC games list for Xbox One. Other Call of Duty series titles such as COD: Black Ops and COD: Black Ops 2 also remained part of the BC games list earlier.

However, fans are still waiting for COD: Modern Warfare and Modern Warfare 2 to become part of the Backward Compatibility. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 has already over 180000 votes so far. It is highly likely that it’ll become part of the Xbox One Backward Compatibility games list in the next batch.

Other brilliant titles to join the Xbox One Backward Compatibility list include Wolf of the Battlefield: Commando 3, Radiant Silvergun, Blazing Angels: Squadrons of WWII, and Cyber Troopers Virtual-On. All these games are now fully playable on the Xbox One consoles.

Radiant Silvergun is one of the most prominent and well-liked titles among all these new games. So, do try it out.


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