Call of Duty: World at War, E4, and more join Xbox One Backward Compatible list

Arif Bacchus

Just last week, Microsoft added Call of Duty 3 to the list of backward compatible games on the Xbox One. Today, another Call of Duty game and several other Xbox 360 titles have been added to the list as well. As always, we’ve given the titles a look and have included descriptions, downloads, and trailers for your viewing pleasure below.

Call of Duty: World at War:

Call of Duty: World at War Experience the intensity and brutality of war like never before. Unleash the power of the flamethrower, flame tanks, and other lethal weaponry while battling through the most harrowing campaigns in the Pacific and Europe. For the first time ever in Call of Duty, play Co-Op with up to 4 players on Xbox LIVE. In Multiplayer, compete on Xbox LIVE to complete challenges, gain experience, level up, and unlock perks to take out your opponents.


Purchase the full version of E4 now to get all four primary stages, 100 Revenge levels, five great game modes, leaderboards, achievements, and the ability to play along to your own favorite music! This sensational shooter is one that you won’t want to miss.


Encleverment Experiment:

Unlock the full game to offer your assistance in Professor Ivor Question’s Encleverment Experiment! He’s looking for people just like you to play his 16 exciting minigames, collect 60 available Mascots and create new challenges in his Home-made Game editor! Featuring support for the Big Button Controller and Live Vision Camera, the Encleverment Experiment also includes full Avatar support and LIVE play for up to four players! Unlock the full game now and massage those mental muscles!

FunTown Mahjong:

Unlock the full version of FunTown Mahjong to play even more of this traditional Chinese tile game! The full version includes the ability to compete against your friends on Xbox LIVE or against AI opponents. You can also earn achievements, aim for the top of the leaderboards, and enjoy tons of exciting Mahjong variations!

And so, those are the four titles which have been added to the list of Xbox One Backward Compatible Titles. Which of these great games do you own or are planning to buy? Let us know what you think by dropping us a comment below!