Since the Xbox team switched up how new titles will be added to the list of Xbox One backwards compatible titles, we’ve seen new titles coming in thick and fast. The latest to join the list came over the long weekend, including Halo Wars, a highly requested title.
Announced by Major Nelson via Twitter, the three latest titles available are Halo Wars, Soul Calibur II and King of Fighters ’98. If you already own these games on disc, just pop them into your disc drive, install them, and start playing. If you own them digitally, go to My Games & Apps, and tab right in the games section until you see Ready to Install, where you should find any available backwards compatible titles.
If you want to continue your games where you left off, you may need to boot up your 360, go to the memory settings and save your game file to cloud storage, which your Xbox One will locate when you load the game up on that platform.
— Larry Hryb (@majornelson) March 28, 2016
Fans have been waiting for Halo Wars to hit the platform for many months now, and with a sequel coming later this year, this is the best time to catch up, or get involved for the first time.
[Source: Major Nelson]