Previously delisted Xbox 360 games have reappeared on the Microsoft Store

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Quite a lot of beforehand delisted Xbox 360 games that have been unavailable for gamers to buy on the Xbox One retailer have reemerged, together with Silent Hill Downpour, Dirt 3, and extra.

The information comes from a string of tweets posted by Wario64, the primary of which states that a number of delisted Xbox 360 games have been relisted for Xbox One. Check out the tweets under, which speculate on why this resurgence of beforehand unavailable games has occurred, and have particulars of the games confirmed to have been relisted to this point.

“I’m guessing Microsoft is working on some backend BC [backwards compatibility] stuff in preparation for Xbox Series X but not sure if they intended to relist some delisted BC games,” wrote Wario64. “Megaton feature though: we can use our Microsoft credit on Xbox BC games without having to use an Xbox 360, finally.”

Wario64 went on to record the games Xbox One gamers can now buy, all of which have been unobtainable till now. The record consists of Deadly Premonition, Dirt 3, Fuel, Grid 2, Midnight Club LA, Overlord, Pure, Silent Hill Downpour, and Tom Clancy’s HAWX.

“If you do buy, note it will likely not give an X[box] 360 license,” Wario64 concluded.

Xbox 360 games

You can view the relisted games for your self on the official Microsoft Store. If the record consists of one thing you liked on the Xbox 360, you’ll have the ability to purchase it on your Xbox One. Most of the games – that are a number of years previous – are moderately priced, though Tom Clancy’s HAWX is $60 for some cause.

In associated information, we’re going to listen to more about the Xbox Series X later this month. As effectively as relisting its older games, Xbox is efficiently selling its newer ones, too – Grounded is already a Steam bestseller, having already attracted over one million players.

That’s not a very powerful Xbox information, although. While all of this has been occurring, Xbox boss Phil Spencer straight up mentioned that Craig the Brute is the new official Xbox mascot. Amazing.



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