When it was first announced that the Xbox One would be receiving backwards compatibility it was given the ambiguous launch date of “fall”. The launch window has finally been narrowed to a single month, November, but, alas, still no sign of a solid date. Microsoft is still pledging that over 100 Xbox 360 titles will be available to play via backwards compatibility when the service is released to the public. The count of games in the program has been steadily growing; with the latest two games in the program being Gears of War and Shadow Complex.

The next titles chosen in the program will be aided by votes on Xbox Feedback where over three million votes have already been cast since E3. Also, all future Xbox 360 Games with Gold will be backwards compatible meaning that Xbox One gamers will now essentially get four games a month.