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All three Bioshocks now backwards compatible on Xbox One, bringing the BC total to 300+ games

The complete BioShock saga is now backwards compatible (opens in new tab) on Xbox One, meaning you can now fire up your copy of BioShock (opens in new tab), BioShock 2 (opens in new tab), and/or BioShock Infinite (opens in new tab) on your fancy new Xbox One. This could inspire those who held onto their Xbox 360 copies to take another tour of Rapture and Columbia, and give those who bought BioShock: The Collection (opens in new tab) maybe just a teensy bit of buyer's remorse.

The addition of the BioShock trilogy also puts the list of games that are backwards compatible on Xbox One over 300. Considering that the program launched mid-November of last year, that's a pretty impressive rate of games being converted; almost one per day. Of course, there are more than 1,100 Xbox 360 games in existence (and that's not even counting download-only titles), so there's still quite a ways to go.

Maybe by the time you've replayed all three BioShocks there will be something new to take up your time all over again?

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Sam Prell
Sam Prell

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