After a long wait, but the second round of original Xbox backwards compatible games have finally arrived on Xbox One. Eight more classic Xbox titles are now playable on Xbox One, with another set of games will come next week.
This week sees the arrival of some of the original Xbox’s most beloved games. In addition to Bethesda’s acclaimed RPG The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind, Xbox One owners can now play the Conker’s Bad Fur Day remake, Conker: Live & Reloaded; Sega’s acclaimed rail shooter, Panzer Dragoon Orta; BioWare’s martial arts RPG, Jade Empire; the snowboarding game SSX 3; the first-person action game Breakdown; the time-bending platformer Blinx: The Time Sweeper; and the hack-and-slash game Hunter: The Reckoning.
If you still own the disc for any of these titles, you can pop it into your Xbox One and begin playing. The games are also available for purchase digitally from the Xbox Store. Most of them retail for the US $10 / £9 / AU $14.95, while Morrowind and Hunter: The Reckoning is US $15 / £12 / AU $19.95 apiece.
Microsoft first announced backwards compatibility support for original Xbox games at E3 2017, although the company said those would be added much less frequently than 360 titles. The initial batch of original Xbox BC games arrived back in October and consisted of 13 titles, including Black, Psychonauts, Prince of Persia, and Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic. You can see the full list of Xbox One BC games here.