Microsoft is giving 19 more original Xbox games backwards compatibility this month


Microsoft has announced that they will be bringing more original Xbox games to the Xbox One, 19 original Xbox games will debut with six Xbox 360 titles all of which will come with Xbox One X Enhancements.

Currently, there are rumours that the rather excellent MX Unleashed could be one of the next titles to support backwards compatibility with the Xbox One console.

On the 17th of April, the first wave of games for the month will land. Xbox Store listings for five original Xbox games have popped up indicated what players may be playing on Xbox One very soon.

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We've reached out to Microsoft to confirm if those Xbox games are indeed coming to the Xbox One backward compatibility list today, and what else might be added to the library. This includes the following titles: Blinx: The Time Sweeper, Conker: Live & Reloaded, The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind, Jade Empire, Panzer Dragoon Orta, Hunter: The Reckoning, Breakdown and SSX 3.

The next batch, on April 26: Destroy All Humans! In our minds, the star of that lineup is undoubtedly Knights of the Old Republic II.

The list has some great names, but the most prominent among those has to be Elder Scrolls Morrowind, which was a revolutionary open world game that set the ball rolling for the whole series ahead. Failing that, you can purchase them from the Xbox Store if you don't own the games.