Seven new games were added to the increasingly vast Xbox One backwards compatibility library.
Both Battlefield: Bad Company 2 and Battlefield 3 made the list, making all contemporary Battlefields playable on Microsoft's latest console. It's worth noting that Battlefield 3 is only backwards compatible on disc, however.
BioWare's beloved action RPG Dragon Age: Oranges also made the cut.
Elsewhere added were Ghostbusters, XBLA puzzler The Splatters, retro bullet hell shmup Strania, and top-down combat racer Scrap Metal.
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