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The Xbox One Backwards Compatibility list is expecting the arrival of few titles. The list hasn’t been updated for quite some time. The latest titles to arrive on Xbox One games with Gold are “Earthlock: Festival of Magic” and “Assassin’s Creed Chronicles: China.” "Castle of Illusion" and "Forza Horizon" have been confirmed as the latest titles to be added to the Backwards Compatibility list.

Players previously owning titles in there Xbox One platform will automatically see them in the Xbox One Store, that’s how Xbox One Backwards Compatibility feature works. Else, a player may have to purchase and download it manually for including the game on the platform, writes The Bitbag.

The “BioShock” series and the very-elusive “Skate 3” are some of the expected games to be arriving on the Xbox One Backwards Compatibility feature. Since the arrival of “Red Dead Redemption” to the Xbox One Backwards Compatibility feature, bigger titles are expected soon.

The Xbox One Backwards Compatibility feature currently has more than 250 titles in its library. Previously it was reported that more than 30 indie games were shelved though Microsoft assured that the games were not that popular and barely made it to the news.

Players may check the Xbox One Backwards Compatibility list on the Xbox website. The list will show the latest titles that have been added to the feature. Players should also participate in the voting to see their favourite titles make it to the top of the Microsoft’s list.

For the Xbox 360 Games with Gold, titles include “Forza Horizon,” available from Sept. 1-15 and “Mirror’s Edge,” available from Sept. 16-30. There are a few games expected this month.

List of Xbox One Games with Gold include “Earthlock: Festival of Magic,” which would be available from Sept. 1-30 and “Assassin’s Creed Chronicles: China,” available from Sept. 16 to Oct. 15.

“Castle of Illusion” has also been confirmed for Xbox One Backwards Compatibility after the announcements of “Call of Duty 2” and “Joust” added to the feature, writes