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Call of Duty: Ghosts Added to Xbox One Backward Compatibility

Call of Duty: Ghosts Added to Xbox One Backward Compatibility - News

by William D'Angelo , posted on 01 July 2017 / 7,778 Views

Microsoft has added Call of Duty: Ghosts to the long list of Xbox 360 games that are playable on the Xbox One through Backward Compatibility.

Other recent games include Assassin's Creed III, Matt Hazard: Blood, Bath and Beyond, Shadow Assault Tenchu, Ilomio, and Shinobi.


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10 Comments

tinfamous12 (on 29 June 2017)

Microsoft really are doing well adding amazing features to Xbox One. Most exciting console Imo. They hit it out of the park with BC.


malistix1985 (on 29 June 2017)

Always nice to see some xbox love, BC is #4thegamers :)


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Mr Puggsly (on 30 June 2017)

Odd addition considering its already on X1. But it sold really well on 360. An under rated release in my opinion, the second half of the campaign is pretty good.


Ganoncrotch (on 29 June 2017)

An 880x720 version of the game to join the X1's 720p version of it. Why? I guess you can pick up the X360 version of ghosts for a fiver and check it out before committing the 12 or so euro for the X1 version of the game.


Mr Puggsly (on 30 June 2017)

X1 version also had better graphics and the most stable frame rate of all port.


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Barozi (on 30 June 2017)

34th most requested BC game at the moment. Above games like Splinter Cell Conviction, FFXIII, Ghost Recon Future Soldier, Crysis 2 etc.
You're probably forgetting that over 10m people already bought the game on 360, so no need to pick up the game because most will already own it.


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Ganoncrotch (on 30 June 2017)

Very true Barozi a lot of people have it there, but my only thought is now on a single console you have 2 versions of the same game which do not have cross platform multiplayer, so when someone goes to a store to buy a copy of ghosts to play with their friends on the X1 they have to make sure they know which version of the game their friends are playing and not go for the cheaper option if their friends didn't or visa versa.

I guess it is cool though if you had loved X360 ghosts and were keeping your old machine set up for that, the X1 will likely give a boost to the already slick version on the X360 and let you finally put your older system onto the shelf of nostalgia :)


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Nuvendil (on 29 June 2017)

I thought Microsoft was trying to ADD value to the Xbox One


lukeperryglover (on 29 June 2017)

Lol awesome joke. Ghosts was awful haha


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Radek (on 29 June 2017)

Xbox One version is also 720p which looks awful, game is trash either way though.


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