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Microsoft has released 10 more games that are backward compatible with the Xbox One. Xbox Wire

Continued feedback definitely works for the Xbox One. As fans may be able to appreciate, a new set of titles have joined the current lineup of Xbox One backward compatible games.

Over at the Xbox Wire, the company has announced 10 titles, which will be available via backward compatible for Microsoft’s next-gen console. These are “The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings,” “Counter-Strike: GO,” Soulcalibur, Skullgirls,” “Age of Booty,” “Sam & Max Save the World,” “Aegis Wing,” “Space Giraff,” “Jeremy McGrath’s Offroad” and “Small Arms.”

Some may be excited by the inclusion of CD Projekt RED’s title. For those who have yet to jump into “The Witcher” series, this may be a great time to do so. Xbox is even offering a free download of “The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings” for free until Feb. 5 for both Xbox One and Xbox 360 owners in select regions.

There’s even better news for those who are looking forward to additional titles that are Xbox One backward compatible. Microsoft is looking for a way to launch Xbox One backward compatibility titles. The new mechanic will no longer force players to wait until a specific launch date to get the title.

“We’ll release whatever is available, when they’re available, once each title has received the engineering and publisher stamp of approval,” the company announced over at the Xbox Wire.

For fans who have yet to see their favourite titles become backward compatible, the company has also announced that the team is always looking at the feedback, so best to keep voting for the title. There will be a dedicated page for the Xbox One Backward Compatibility on the Xbox Wire to keep fans up to speed on the available titles.

Even with the fast pace that Microsoft is trying to improve the Xbox One, it seems that the company still needs a bigger push. At least this is the case in Germany. A recent report from Boerse-Online showed that, in Germany, the PS4 has taken a substantial lead.

The data was taken from GfK or the Society for Consumer Research. The company had shown that the PS4 enjoyed a 23 percent increase to push the units sold to 1.4 million. On the other hand, the Xbox One had a 21 percent increase from the previous year to push to 270,000.

To put the market share in perspective, the PS4 holds 68 percent of the Germany’s market share, the Wii U has 17 percent and the Xbox One is at 15 percent. This puts it at third place, surprisingly behind the Wii U, given the difference in hardware and release periods.

Microsoft has been very aggressive not just with sales but also in delivering more services and features to the Xbox One. Apart from offering bundles during the holidays, it has also been receptive to fan feedback by rolling out several updates after the console’s launch.

Xbox One backward compatible games (Credit: YouTube/Zapmar)