Xbox One Backward Compatibility has gained wide popularity among Xbox One users ever since the feature was introduced in the November 2015 update for the console. Now, a rumour is doing the rounds on online media hints at the possibility of Activision's popular FPS game video game "Call of Duty: Black Ops" being included.
This rumour is based on a screenshot that shows a German Xbox customer service telling a customer that the "Call of Duty: Black Ops" will be available as backward compatible video game, Spanish website SoloXboxOne reports.
However, the official website has "Call of Duty: Black Ops" listed as one of the upcoming games to Xbox One Backward Compatibility list. The list also included "Halo Wars," "BioShock" "BioShock 2," "BioShock Infinite," and "Skate 3" as "favourite titles coming each month."
Xbox One Backward Compatibility feature lets Xbox One users play Xbox 360 games on the next-generation consoles.
Recent rumours had also suggested that Microsoft might remove the "region lock" from the feature, making many of the Xbox 360 games accessible to any Xbox One user worldwide.
On Feb. 12, Microsoft released a new list of video games, which included the likes of "Alan Wake's American Nightmare," "LEGO Batman," "Sam & Max Beyond Time & Space" and "Trials HD."
Microsoft until recently released a list of games every month that would be backward compatible. But later it announced that games will be released as and when they are ready. Many predicted that this move by the company was to thwart unnecessary pressure on the developers involved in the work.