Microsoft added three Xbox 360 titles to its list of backward compatible games supported on Xbox One, including Remedy's excellent Alan Wake, the legendary Castlevania: Symphony of the Night and arcade classic Pac-Man.
Alan Wake compatibility arrives just in time for the release of Remedy's Quantum Break early next month. Last month, Microsoft announced plans to bundle the titles:
Every copy of Quantum Break for Xbox One will come with a full-game download for Alan Wake for Xbox 360, plus its two add-on packs, The Signal and The Writer, playable on Xbox One via Backward Compatibility. Fans who pre-order Quantum Break for Xbox One at participating retailers or through the Xbox Store will also receive a full-game download of Alan Wake’s American Nightmare for Xbox 360.
That full-game download of Alan Wake’s American Nightmare is going out now to those who pre-ordered the game.
Originally released for the original PlayStation in 1997, Castlevania: Symphony of the Night was ported to the Xbox Live Arcade platform in 2007. Notably, it was the first Xbox Live Arcade title allowed to exceed the 50 MB cap, an early restriction intended to maintain support for those who purchased the hard drive-less "Core" Xbox 360.
Pac-Man joins Pac-Man: Championship Edition and Pac-Man: Championship Edition DX+, both of which were included in the initial list of backward compatible titles in November. Here's an up-to-date list of all of the backward compatible titles on Xbox One: