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Skate 3 joins Xbox One’s backward compatibility program

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Microsoft is marking the one-year anniversary of the Xbox One’s backward compatibility initiative by bringing a extremely requested sport to this system: Skate three.

EA Black Field’s skateboarding sport, which was initially launched on PlayStation three and Xbox 360 in 2010, is now playable on Xbox One. It’s been a giant week for Digital Arts titles becoming a member of the checklist, with Microsoft having added assist for Mass Impact 2 and Mass Impact three three days in the past.

Along with making Skate three backward suitable, Microsoft is partnering with EA on a particular provide. From immediately to Nov. 20, the sport’s San Van Get together Pack add-on is offered free on the Xbox Market. Skate three itself can be on sale for Xbox Stay Gold subscribers, with a 16.67 p.c low cost that drops the value to $9.99 from $11.99.

This weekend marks the one-year anniversary of Microsoft’s backward compatibility program on Xbox One. The service debuted Nov. 12, 2015, with a launch lineup of 104 Xbox 360 video games. Since then, Microsoft has added dozens of titles to the checklist, with immediately’s additions of Skate three and TikGames’ Scarygirl bringing the whole variety of supported video games as much as 284.

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