We may not be getting a new Splinter Cell game this year (despite all the rumors) but if you’d like to go back and play some of the older games on your Xbox One, you’re going to be very happy. Two more Splinter Cell titles have been added to the list of backward compatible games
Splinter Cell: Blacklist and Splinter Cell: Double Agent are now Backward Compatible:
- Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Blacklist
Unleash the power or the most lethal agent to ever exist. You are Sam Fisher, and you’ve been given the ultimate freedom to protect innocents against a series of global terror attacks known as Blacklist – the freedom to use limitless force, to break every law, and to become the globe’s deadliest operative. If you succeed, the President of the United States will deny you exist. If you fail, millions will die.
- Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Double Agent
Splinter Cell Double Agent is a Stealth-Action game where you play as Sam Fisher, a secret NSA agent, infiltrating a terrorist cell to destroy it from within. Face the gut-wrenching dilemmas of a Double Agent’s life, do whatever it takes to complete your mission, and get out alive.
Here’s the other games added this month:
- Silent Hill Homecoming
- Silent Hill: HD Collection
- Dante’s Inferno
- Overlord II
- Assassin’s Creed: Liberation
- Ghost Recon: Advanced Warfighter
You can check out the titles added last month right here.
This now takes the total to 498 Xbox 360 games, 17 X enhanced 360 games and 32 Original Xbox games available on the Xbox One via backwards compatibility. All Original Xbox games run at 4x resolution on the Xbox One S and 16x resolution on the Xbox One X. To check out the entire list of games now available through this feature please visit Major Nelson’s Blog.