Xbox backward compatibility adds Max Payne and FEAR in final catalog update

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Xbox backwards compatibility has received its last infusion of new titles, including a frame rate boost for the 26 games already included.

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Microsoft gave a full list of over 70 new backward compatibility games in one post Official Major Nelson Blog Invoking new features some of them can be enjoyed in the game and others in one post xbox wire, The list of all new games includes the entire Max Payne and FEAR franchises, while games receiving the new FPS boost option include all Gears of War games, Fallout: New Vegas and Fallout 3.

Xbox Compatibility Program Lead Peggy Low’s Update Also Suggests It Will The last Adding new titles to the backwards compatibility library.


“Your constant requests for specific titles and enhancements encouraged the backwards compatibility team to partner with the original creators to preserve the thousands of games from the four generations of Xbox,” Low said. “While we continue to focus on preserving and enhancing the art form of games, we have reached the limits of our ability to catalog new games from the past due to licensing, legal and technical constraints. Thank you for this journey with us.”

Lo said Xbox will “explore new ways to preserve our history” from here on out. It will also serve to bring a ready list of backward compatible titles to new platforms like Xbox Cloud Gaming and beyond.

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This final set of backwards compatible games was announced at the same Xbox 20th anniversary celebration that also marked its debut. Halo Infinite Multiplayer Initial Release,

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