Xbox One adds two new titles to backward compatibility library

(Youtube/Microsoft)A screenshot from the Xbox One Backward Compatibility program promo video

The list of Xbox 360 games that can be enjoyed in the Xbox One continues to grow as two new titles were added last week.

Disney Interactive Studio's "Split/Second" and Lucas Arts' "Lego Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues" are now part of the Xbox One backward compatibility library, Gamespot reported. First released in the Xbox 360 way back in 2010, "Split/Second" is an arcade racing game from developer Black Rock Studio. It features single and multiplayer campaigns where gamers race against each other as part of a reality TV show.

"Lego Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues," on the other hand, was developed by Traveller's Tales and was released in 2009. The game covers the four "Indiana Jones" cinematic incarnations, with players exploring different environments and solving various kinds of puzzles.

Like with the other titles from the backward compatibility library, players who wish to enjoy the two new additions to their Xbox One console can automatically do so, if they own physical copies of the games. Meanwhile, those do not own physical copies of the game can download the two titles by heading to the My Games and Apps section and entering the Ready to Download area. In addition, the games can also be purchased on the Xbox Store.

With the addition of the two, the tally goes up to a total of nine games added to the compatibility list, all in the month of January. Express noted, however, that despite the strong start for the program in 2018, it will be a tall order surpassing the huge games that were released last year. Some of the titles added to the backward compatibility library in 2017 include "Grand Theft Auto IV," "Call of Duty: Black Ops 2," and "Red Dead Redemption."

Today, the list stands at nearly 400 titles. With the program warmly received by Xbox One owners, it is likely that more titles will be added in the coming months.