New titles have been added to backwards compatibility on the Xbox One, including a member of Call of Duty

As we approach the end of August the list of games that have been added to the backwards compatible library on the Xbox One continues to grow. Earlier this month we had an announcement that updates to three racing games currently available through backwards compatibility would receive the addition of steering wheel compatibility, along with a variety of new additions to the current library.

This week two new additions have been made, one of them being a member of one of the most played FPS franchises in gaming’s history.

The new titles added are:

You can purchase Call of Duty 2 from the Xbox Store for $19.99 USD.

Other titles added during August are:

This now takes the total to 237 games available on the Xbox One via backwards compatibility. To check out the entire list of games now available through this feature please visit Major Nelson’s Blog.