Six new games have been added to the Xbox One’s backwards compatibility program. This follows the addition of Call of Duty: Black Ops last week, and the new games that were added are listed below. DuckTales: Remastered Hexic 2 XCOM: Enemy Unknown Magic: The Gathering 2012 Domino Master Unbound Saga The backwards compatibility program keeps […]
There's no shortage of virtual bad guys to shoot this weekend. Battleborn's running a double XP weekend, and so is Treyarch's Call of Duty: Black Ops 3. Matter of fact, you're already a step behind if you're just now finding out: the...Show More Summary
This week we're looking at Windows 95 on Xbox One, Call of Duty: Black Ops smashing new records six years after launch, and more! We're also giving away a copy of Overwatch to one lucky commenter! Simply leave a reply and join the discussion...Show More Summary
Prestige your weapon and unlock attachments faster this weekend. Earn double weapon XP this weekend in Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 Treyarch has scheduled another Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 double weapon XP event this weekend. It starts later today, at 10am PDT / 5pm GMT. It’s available on all platforms and it […]
DLC 2 Eclipse for Black Ops 3 is available now featuring all new MP environments and Zombies content. In the latest episode of the Zombies experience, the Origins characters head to ‘Zetsubou No Shima’, a tropical island where experiments with Element 115 have created horrors beyond belief. Battle your way through four stunning Black Ops […]
The second expansion pack for Call of Duty: Black Ops 3, called Eclipse, is now available on both Xbox One and PC. PlayStation 4 owners were given a one-month head start with Eclipse, but today, it’s time for Xbox One and PC playersShow More Summary
Call of Duty: Black Ops 3’s Eclipse DLC is landing on both Xbox One and PC later today. Originally a timed exclusive on the PlayStation 4, Xbox and PC gamers have had to wait a month for this. It appears that the DLC is currently live on the Xbox One, bringing with it a 7.92GB […]
Four new maps and an additional Zombies storyline for Call of Duty: Black Ops III.
Yesterday, Microsoft announced that it had made Call of Duty: Black Ops backwards compatible on Xbox One, and it seems like people were somewhat excited by the news.
This might provide a little something to quell the anti-Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Crowd. Call of Duty: Black Ops is now backwards compatible on Xbox One, Microsoft announced today.
[Update: Call of Duty: Black Ops is now available on Xbox One via Xbox 360 backwards compatibility.] It appears one of the games we thought would make best use of the Xbox One’s backwards compatibility feature, Call of Duty: Black Ops,...Show More Summary
Call of Duty: Black Ops is now available on the Xbox One via backwards compatibility. Originally released on November 9th, 2010, the game went on to critical acclaim. Within 24 hours of its original launch, the game went on to sell 5.6 million copies in both the US and UK. The game’s description is below. […]
Maybe this will please some fans who are still mad about Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare—the Xbox 360 version of Black Ops is now compatible with Xbox One, Microsoft said today. Read more...
Microsoft has added the Xbox 360 version of Call of Duty: Black Ops to the Xbox One backwards compatibility list. Activision's popular first-person shooter can now be played on Microsoft's current console. ...
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An image on the Xbox dashboard suggests we could be seeing 2010's Call of Duty game coming to Xbox One soon.
Oh hey, another backward compatible game! Found by way of Eurogamer, Call of Duty: Black Ops seems to be the next title that's coming to Xbox One. When I say "found" I mean it, as the Xbox 360 dashboard, something that pretty much no...Show More Summary
With Ghosts, Infinity Ward lost its way in the Call of Duty series, a franchise that they helped put back on the map with Modern Warfare. But it looks like they're taking a page out of Treyarch's playbook -- multiple pages, actually. In...Show More Summary
It appears one of the games we thought would make best use of the Xbox One’s backwards compatibility feature, Call of Duty: Black Ops, may soon finally become available. According to a Eurogamer, Call of Duty: Black Ops has been advertised...Show More Summary