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Call of Duty: Black Ops now backwards compatible for Xbox One

Consider Treyarch's Call of Duty: Black Ops (opens in new tab) for Xbox 360 declassified. If you own a physical copy of the 2010 FPS, pop that sucker into your Xbox One and watch as backwards compatibility magic makes it run like new. If you've got a digital copy, just download it to your Xbox One hard drive and you'll likewise be good to go.

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It's a bit of a surprise considering that Microsoft confirmed multi-disc title support for backwards compatibility (opens in new tab) just earlier this week. I would've expected a massive RPG like Blue Dragon or Mass Effect 2. Still, I will gladly take some good ol' shooty-shooty bang-bang and zombies mode. 

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