The guys at Microsoft and Treyarch studios have been hard at work and have now released the 2008 classic Call of Duty World at War into Xbox's backwards compatible program. You can now pop in your WaW disc and start playing this classic game again on your Xbox One!
If you have the game digitally, simply go over to your Games & Apps section on the dashboard and go down to "Ready to Install" and Call of Duty World at War will be one of the options available to you for installation.
Are you excited to be playing this classic Call of Duty game on current gen hardware?
Infinity Ward has confirmed that their upcoming Call of Duty game for this year, Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, will have an online multiplayer beta. Starting October 14th on PS4 first. We speculate Xbox One will have their beta a week later like the Black Ops 3 beta happened last August before the game's launch. It's confirmed the Beta will be available for all those whom have pre-ordered the game.
The Multiplayer trailer revealed new specialists and weapon customizations and abilities. Here is the trailer below:
What are your thoughts? Do you think Infinite Warfare looks like a promising game? Or are you more excited for the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remaster? Will you be taking part in the Infinite Warfare Beta this October?
It has now been confirmed that Red Dead Redemption will be added to the list of backwards compatible titles on Xbox One this Friday 8th July 2016, all you have to do is pop that disc into the drive and allow it to install no matter what version of the game you have.
Are you a fan of Red Dead Redemption? Are you happy to see it backwards compatible?
Many gamers have been wondering which WWE Superstar will grace the WWE 2K17 cover and today it was unveiled by 2K that Brock Lesnar would be the superstar on this years cover.
You can watch the cover reveal trailer below
What are your thoughts about Brock Lesnar being on the front cover?
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