Xbox One Update Available for Mass Effect 2, 3 and Call of Duty Black Ops
Microsoft started releasing new compatibility updates for their old Xbox 360 games ever since Xbox One has been launched. Microsoft is updating older games every month and this time it was Call of Duty: Black Ops and Mass Effect 2 and 3 turn to receive the compatibility upgrade.
Microsoft has just added Mass Effect 2 and Mass Effect 3 to their Xbox One Backwards Compatibility list. EA and Bioware, the creators of the games, have announced that the game is going to receive the update since the N7 Day Mass Effect announcements. The games are available right now on the Xbox store, you just have to use the search feature and choose the right version from the search result list. The older versions of the games are going to be deleted from the list but only after the Store receives an update.
Call Of Duty: Black Ops
A few other games been added to the Backwards Compatibility list and among those game Black Ops is one of them. This has been highly anticipated by Xbox One players since the game has such a massive following, being regarded as one of the best games in the Call Of Duty franchise. Along side Black Ops there were some other games that got updated. Those games are: Shred Nebula, Limbo, Killer is Dead and Rage.
What the Backwards Compatibility update does to games is not as complicated as you might think it is. Microsoft converts the executable file of the game to a file that is compatible with the Xbox One platform. The game disc is only going to be used for installation and to verify that you have an original copy of the game. Worth mentioning is that games that have been made backwards compatible will also download all the DLC’s bought by the user.