Rumour: MX Unleashed could be next in line for Xbox backwards compatibility


It appears that five more original Xbox games will be added to the backward compatible library on Xbox One later today, if leaked listings on are to be believed.

At last year's E3 2017 press conference, Microsoft announced that original Xbox backward compatibility would be coming to the Xbox One.

It also should be noted that Xbox 360 titles that are enhanced for the Xbox One X will be running at 9x the original pixel count. Some of those titles have a release date of April 10th which is why it's expected that an announcement might be made later today.

We have the first batch of games for backward compatibility rolling out on April 17 and then later on April 26.

As before you can play all the new games straight away by just inserting your old game disc, if you still have it, or buying the game digitally from the Xbox Store.

The titles that are likely going to be added to this list include The Elder Scrolls 3: Morrowind, Destroy All Humans!, Full Spectrum Warrior, MX Unleashed, and Panzer Elite Action Four.

It's important to keep in mind that it's possible more classic Xbox games could be included in this list when the official reveal goes down. Failing that, you can purchase them from the Xbox Store if you don't own the games.

The Elder Scrolls 3: Morrowind is available now for PC and Xbox.