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Resident Evil Code: Veronica, Lost Planet series now Xbox One backward compatible

It’s a big day for Capcom fans on Xbox

Claire Redfield shoots mutant moths in a screenshot from Resident Evil: Code Veronica X HD. Capcom
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Xbox One owners who want to spend a little more time with Claire Redfield, star of the recently remade Resident Evil 2, can do so in Resident Evil Code: Veronica X, which joins Microsoft’s list of backward compatible Xbox 360 games today.

Capcom released Resident Evil: Code Veronica X on Xbox 360 in 2011. The game is an updated version of the original Dreamcast release, which dates back to 2000. The Xbox 360 version is priced at $19.99 on the Xbox Games Store.

Three other Xbox 360 are also backward compatible starting today: Lost Planet: Extreme Condition, Lost Planet 2, and Lost Planet 3. Capcom’s third-person shooter series sends players to EDN 3, an alien planet experiencing an ice age that’s inhabited by hostile wildlife. The second game in the Lost Planet series featured a heavy emphasis on cooperative multiplayer gameplay. The third was co-developed by defunct studio Spark Unlimited.

Both the original Lost Planet: Extreme Condition and its expanded update, Lost Planet Colonies, are supported on Xbox One. Each Lost Planet game costs $19.99 through the Xbox Games Store.