The Xbox One Backwards Compatibility program as of now brags more than 400 recreations and keeps on giving new games month to month.

And keeping in mind that a considerable measure of the most asked for titles have now been included, Microsoft still have plans to include a couple of something beyond.

There are as yet a couple in the best ten that are sought after, in spite of the fact that any semblance of Skyrim and Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare appear to be probably not going to ever do the switch.

That is on the grounds that remastered forms of those well known titles have as of late been propelled, leaving next to no motivating force for the engineers to back the program with those particular titles.

Be that as it may, while we may not see the arrival of recreations like LA Noire sooner rather than later, Microsoft have their own particular gets ready for a couple in the best ten.

Both Halo 3 and Halo 4 have been affirmed for the Backwards Compatibility program by Microsoft, who look set to dispatch them in a heap of four titles.

Unfortunately for those hoping for a quick release, it doesn’t seem likely that Halo: CE Anniversary, Halo 3, Halo 3 ODST, and Halo 4 will be arriving this month.A recent blogpost from 343 Industries has revealed that extra time is being put into the selected Halo titles, before they are allowed to launch.

“We know everyone is very eager to get their hands on the Xbox One back-compat release of Halo: CE Anniversary, Halo 3, Halo 3 ODST, and Halo 4,” the post reads.

“We are eager to get them into your hands! The Xbox back-compat team is hard at work on final polish and we continue to work closely with them to help test and evaluate all four games for launch.

“We’re taking extra time to ensure the experience lives up to fan expectations but I hear we’re making great progress and release should be getting closer.

“As soon as we have a final date we’ll be sure to let you know.”

September has been a quiet month for the Xbox One Backwards Compatibility, with no new announcement made so far.

To compensate for the slow start, fans can always download the first Games with Gold September 2017 titles launched by Microsoft.Fans can currently grab Hydro Thunder Hurricane as part of the Xbox One Backwards Compatibility program, until September 15.

Hydro Thunder Hurricane: “Featuring rocket-powered speedboats, dynamic water and insane scenarios, Hydro Thunder Hurricane is the impressive sequel to the classic arcade boat racer.

“With multiple single-player and multiplayer modes and a huge selection of boats and courses, Hydro Thunder Hurricane is packed with fun and stellar content.”

It will then be replaced by top online shooter, Battlefield 3, which will be available until the end of the month.