Microsoft's Xbox One backwards compatibility feature completes the "Fable" lineup with the addition of "Fable Anniversary" and "Fable 2 Pub Games." According to AotF, these titles completed the four games included in the series, mainly "Fable 2" and "Fable 3." Interestingly, the Fable Anniversary is expected to be a hit after it was upgraded to HD following its original release on the Xbox 360 console.

Backwards compatible games (disc based)

Meanwhile, not all Xbox One backwards compatibility titles are available on the Xbox One store. Some titles can only be bought through physical copies.

Some of these titles include "Batman: Arkham Origins," "DOOM 3: BFG Edition," "Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary," "Injustice: Gods Among Us," "Mass Effect 2," "Mass Effect 3," "OFP: Red River," and "Pure."

"Babel Rising," on the other hand, is not available on the Xbox 360 console whereas "Hitman: Sniper Challenge" is only available as a pre-order bonus. "Of Orcs and Men" is not available in all regions as well as "Tour de France 2011." With over 400 titles on the backwards compatibility list, Microsoft admits shelving various indie titles because of the lack of support and players downloading the games.

Nevertheless, the feature also has some of the best Xbox 360 titles during its course. Some of these titles include "Red Dead Redemption," "Mass Effect Trilogy," "The Bioshock Trilogy," "Skate 3," "Call of Duty: Black Ops 3," "Halo," "Forza Horizon," and much more.

In August, the Xbox One backwards compatibility feature added "The Walking Dead: Michonne" and "The Walking Dead: Season Two."

Xbox One X news and update

In other news, Microsoft is all set to launch the most powerful gaming console ever, the Xbox One X on November 7, 2017. preorders of the console were immediately maxed out and the company has yet to announce their next plan for shipment and order.

Lately, a new discovery was found on the inside of the Xbox One X; an etched Master Chief that rides on top of a scorpion. While no indications were said about the odd placement, The Verge believes that it's a homage to the game that made the Xbox popular through the years.

The unconventional presence of the Master Chief also delivers a warning to users not to pursue looking for it on the XBox One X console. Why? Because you need to open the console and work your way through the circuit board in order to find it. Some serious mechanism trouble can occur if you persist.