With Call Of Duty: WWII just a couple of months away from being released, there is other exciting news out there for XBox One fans.
Most gamers will know, since 2015 selected games from the Xbox 360 days have been available to Xbox One users via ‘backward compatibility’.
This allows Xbox Preview users – with a beta update to the Xbox One system software – to play classic games.
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According to the official Xbox One DVR logs, it looks like Modern Warfare 2 is going to be the next game to be added to the Xbox One’s backward compatibility list.
And, the Xbox DVR Twitter account also noted the game’s addition to Xbox One:
— Xbox DVR (@XboxDVR) August 8, 2017
Modern Warfare II is currently ranked as the sixth best-selling game of the CoD series, with almost 25 million copies sold worldwide and is the best-seller in the series list with more than 30.5 million copies sold across the world.
So some pretty serious numbers then.
Call of Duty: WWII is expected to be released on November 3. Exciting!