Xbox One Backward Compatibility list: Four more titles added to catalog

(YouTube/Microsoft)A screenshot from a video promoting the Xbox One Backwards Compatibility program

Owners of the Xbox One who miss playing some of their old games on their Xbox 360 console may want to look into the updated backward compatibility program catalog, as a new set of games were added earlier this week.

A Tweet posted by Xbox Live director of programming Lawrence "Major Nelson" Hryb confirmed that four titles were added into the program's library. "STREET FIGHTER IV, Luxor 2, Poker Smash & Madballs Babo: Invasion are coming to Xbox One Backward Compatibility today," said Nelson in his post.

Gamers who already own the four titles can access them automatically via the Xbox One game library, while those who do not, will have to purchase them first. "Street Fight IV" costs $20, while "Luxor 2" is priced at $10.25. On the other hand, "Poker Smash" and "Madballs in Babo: Invasion" are pegged at $10, each.

Prior to the four latest additions, four other games were included in the backward compatibility catalog earlier this month, namely, "Cars 2: The Video Game," "Dead Rising 2: Case West," "Dead Rising 2: Case Zero," and "Meet the Robinsons."

Meanwhile, Gamespot reported earlier this year that Xbox head honcho Phil Spencer was aware of the fans' outcry to have "Call of Duty: Black Ops II" included in the compatibility program. He explained, however, that gamers would have to wait a little longer, as the game cannot be expected on the list anytime soon. "Please don't take my lack of response on BO2 as a lack of caring, I really want to see this come to BC," said Spencer in a tweet, in response to a fan inquiry.

Launched in November of 2015, the Xbox One backward compatibility program allows owners of the Xbox One to play some of the best titles from the Xbox 360 using the new console. There are more than 320 games on the compatibility library, and fans can expect more titles to be added in the coming months.