Rumor: New Xbox backward-compatible games include Morrowind, Destroy All Humans

Four Original Xbox Games May Be Coming to Xbox One

Xbox Store listings possibly reveal five more original Xbox backward compatible games

Microsoft is planning to unveil a "big update" later today related to original Xbox backward compatibility with the Xbox One, during the company's new monthly gaming show, Inside Xbox.

Microsoft has announced a large number of Xbox original titles coming to Xbox One via backwards compatibility including Bethesda's The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind and a host of Star Wars games.

Microsoft is yet to confirm if these titles are the ones that will soon be brought over to the Xbox One. Some of those titles have a release date of April 10th which is why it's expected that an announcement might be made later today.

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The format holder will be releasing a whopping 19 Xbox titles throughout this month, which will be released in two batches. That means fans will likely be able to pick up Morrowind for the Xbox One for just $9.99, which is quite a bit cheaper than purchasing a physical Xbox copy. Some really interesting games are coming and they are listed below. Digital licenses will be honored, too.

It's important to keep in mind that it's possible more classic Xbox games could be included in this list when the official reveal goes down.

Microsoft plans to officially reveal news about Xbox One backward compatible Xbox games during today's episode of Inside Xbox, which streams at 3:30 p.m. PT on Facebook, Mixer, Twitch, Twitter and YouTube.

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