Call Of Duty: Black Ops backwards compatibility is live now

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Microsoft has been indicating at it for more than six months now, however the primary Call Of Duty: Black Ops has now been added to the rundown of Xbox 360 recreations that will keep running on the Xbox One.

As ever, you should simply embed the first circle to inspire it to work. In any case, in the event that you can't find that, or never possessed it, Xbox Live Gold individuals can as of now download it for just £11.24.

Then again you can get it packaged free with a duplicate of a year ago's Black Ops III for £23.99 (the Xbox 360 form that is, not the Xbox One variant).

The primary Black Ops was initially discharged in 2010 and proceeded with the story first started in Treyarch's World At War amusement, yet this time set amid the 60s rather than the Second World War.

The full rundown of in reverse good diversions can be found here, and as should be obvious Black Ops is the primary Call Of Duty title.

It's most likely far-fetched that any of the Modern Warfare titles will be included at any point in the near future, as a remastered rendition of the main amusement is being incorporated with the current year's Infinite Warfare and a set of three arrangement is being discharged for last gen reassures.