Microsoft adds two new games to Xbox One's backwards compatibility lineup

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Xbox One's backwards compatibility lineup has been bolstered again this week with the addition of two new games, Major Nelson has confirmed.

First up is Hydrophobia, the deep-sea survival horror title released back in 2010 for Xbox Live Arcade and later ported to PC and PlayStation 3. Developed by Dark Energy Digital, Hydrophobia is probably best remembered for its flashy fluid tech that allows water to realistically interact with its surroundings.

The second game is Marathon: Durandal, an updated version of Bungie's 1995 first-person shooter Marathon 2: Durandal released on Xbox Live Arcade back in 2007. This version of the game includes additional content, such as four-player split screen and Xbox Live-enabled co-op.

If you own the digital versions of either game, then you can start downloading them to your Xbox One now.

Source: Microsoft adds two new games to Xbox One's backwards compatibility lineup - VideoGamer.com
 
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