There is another addition to the growing list of games of Xbox One Backwards Compatibility titled "Hitman: Absolution." One more game from Square Enix arrived in the program as announced by Microsoft Director of Programming Larry Hyrb or famously known as Major Nelson on Twitter.
"'Hitman: Absolution' follows the Original Assassin undertaking his most personal contract to date," the official description of the game read, according to Daily Express. "Betrayed by the Agency and hunted by the police, Agent 47 finds himself pursuing redemption in a corrupt and twisted world."
"Hitman: Absolution" is just the third title that Microsoft revealed this February for Xbox One Backwards Compatibility. Compared to the games unveiled for the program in January, this month has a fewer release so far.
Although "Hitman: Absolution" is the lease most requested title, it still has 30,000 votes to be included on Xbox One Backwards Compatibility roster. Moreover, if the Xbox 360 users already have the digital version of the said game, it would automatically be included in their Xbox One game library.
However, if this is not the case, players can still buy "Hitman: Absolution" through the Xbox Store for $20 that will take up to 7 GB of space, GameSpot reported. Meanwhile, fans are still opting to have "Call of Duty: Black Ops 2" to be part of the Xbox One Backwards Compatibility list.
In fact, "Call of Duty: Black Ops 2" is one of the most requested game that earned more than 200,000 votes to be part of the roster. Major Nelson even revealed that he was often asked when this title will come out for Xbox One Backwards Compatibility.
The Xbox boss Phil Spencer, on the other hand, recently disclosed that "Call of Duty: Black Ops 2" will not be part of the Xbox One Backwards Compatibility lineup this week. Although he too is looking forward for the Activision title to be part of the program, fans shouldn't expect it to come out soon.