Backwards Compatible Xbox Games Now Available Via Cloud Gaming

Only for Game Pass Ultimate members.

One of the benefits of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate is the ability to stream Xbox games to your mobile devices, so you can carry on playing your favourite Xbox games while on the commute or on the toilet. That benefit is set to become even better, as players will now be able to stream select original Xbox and Xbox 360 games to their phones.

 

Backwards Compatible Cloud Gaming?

Yep, the past and the future have come together to allow you to play decade-old games on your phone. The official Xbox Wire post about the announcement details the 16 games you’ll be able to play through the cloud:

– Banjo-Kazooie
– Banjo-Tooie
– Double Dragon Neon
– Fable II
– Fallout: New Vegas
– Gears of War 2
– Gears of War 3
– Gears of War: Judgment
– Jetpac Refuelled (touch controls enabled)
– Kameo
– Perfect Dark
– Perfect Dark Zero
– The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind
– The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
– Viva Piñata (touch controls enabled)
– Viva Piñata: TIP (touch controls enabled)

With hundreds of games available via backwards compatibility, some of which are part of Xbox Game Pass, it’ll be likely that we’ll see more games added to the cloud gaming program in the future. Let us know which Xbox 360 game you’d like to play on your phone in the comments.

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