Microsoft has published the list of Xbox 360 titles that will be backwards compatible on the Xbox One. Ever since Microsoft announced a plan for backwards compatibility, people have been frothing over which games will make the cut. Since only a fraction of games would be included in the initial rollout of the feature, gamers were asked which old games they wanted to see on the service. Unfortunately, for the majority of voters, Call of Duty: Black Ops II, Skyrim, and Red Dead Redemption (the top three choices) did not make it. Neither did any Halo games, Grand Theft Auto IV, or older Forza games. Some other popular titles like Fallout 3, Mass Effect, and Gears of War 3 are included in the full list, so all is not lost. Microsoft says the list will be expanded with more games in the coming months, including all future Games with Gold offers.
Xbox One backwards compatibility will officially begin on November 12th, with the launch of the New Xbox One Experience system update.