Microsoft has good news to those who are planning on buying the Xbox One X console this November. According to the latest update, the company has decided to enhance selected Xbox 360 games for the next-gen console. This feature is similar to the Xbox One backward compatibility, but with less number of games on its list.

"Fallout 4" and "Halo 3" are just two of the games included in the Xbox One X backwards compatibility. According to the AotF, these games are significantly developed to provide better gaming experience on the new console. These games will run better on the platform with the addition of enhanced pixel 9x better than the original game.

Prior to the release of the Xbox One X on November 7, 2017, some of the selected Xbox 360 games also include "The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion" and "Assassin's Creed." Microsoft is able to engineer a viable update that will allow these Xbox 360 games to run on the new console effectively. The same technology is being adapted on the Xbox One for the Xbox One S console.

More about the backwards compatibility feature

Meanwhile, fans can also check on the latest Xbox One backwards compatibility titles this week. A few days ago, some leaked information about the feature came out, but now, it looks like the rumored original Xbox games are coming to the Xbox One console. In an interview with Xbox’s Bill Stillwell by IGN, he explained the process by which a game is entitled on the feature.

"A curated list of key games was the way to go with this," Stillwell said. Some of the factors that affect the development of the game include music licensing and missing contracts.

The updated list of backwards compatible games also include the following titles:

  • Red Faction 2
  • Psychonauts
  • Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time
  • The King of Fighters Neowave
  • Crimson Skies: High Road to Revenge
  • BloodRayne 2
  • Black
  • Dead to Rights
  • Ninja Gaiden Black
  • Fuzion Frenzy

Xbox One S migration

These are just part of the upcoming titles for the Xbox One backwards compatibility list.

Since Microsoft has ceased selling the original Xbox, fans can now migrate to the S version and the upcoming X version this November. For more exciting titles coming this month until the first week of November, fans can also check out Microsoft's Xbox Games With Gold.

Games with Gold features free games each month to all Live Gold members. Similar to the PS Plus, featured games are only available during a specific period of time. After that, they can be purchased at their regular price on the Xbox One Store.