The growing listing of the Xbox One backwards compatibility feature is constantly on the expand as Microsoft faithfully issues new game titles around the feature. Just lately, 2010’s Bomberman Live: Battlefest showed up around the Xbox one store. Produced by Pi Galleries, the Bomberman Live: Battlefest requires gamers to make use of their talent in beating their opponents using bombs.

The brand new Xbox One backwards compatibility title could be performed with a single player or several eight to be able to vanquish their opponents. Featuring as many as 12 arenas, Battlefest also offers two modes, mainly “Capture the Flag” and “Paintbomb.”

The game’s description states “The ultimate party game has returned! Blast the right path via a dozen arenas with increased gimmicks, more power-ups, more game modes, and much more costumes than in the past! As much as eight gamers can select teams and blast their method to victory playing Capture the Flag, Bankroll, Capture the Crown, Paintbomb, and Very important personel! Visit exotic locales like Adventure Island, a Pirate Ship around the stormy seas, and also the advanced Laser Arena! May the very best Bomber win!”

Such as the past Xbox One backwards compatibility game titles, gamers who formerly possessed Bomberman Live: Battlefest on their own Xbox 360 Console will instantly discover the title within their Xbox One console. Otherwise, gamers may by hand download the sport around the Xbox One store for $10. The download size the sport is roughly 677.88MB.


The Red Dead Redemption continues to be undoubtedly, the feature’s greatest title, but we’re also searching around the eventual arrival of confirmed game titles mainly BioShock, BioShock 1&2, BioShock Infinite and Skate 3.

The backwards compatibility feature has over 200 game titles on its library also it is growing, because of the recently launched Xbox One S console. Within the latest report by Gamespot, Xbox marketing executive Aaron Greenberg says the recently launched Xbox One S has been received broadly by fans and it has indicated an “unprecedented demand” from the console. In Europe, the limited Xbox One S 2TB is nearly offered out.