Seemingly separate to any graduation or arriving release, Rayman Origins, a beautiful platformer from Ubisoft, is now a back concordant pretension for a Xbox One.
April has seen 7 Xbox 360 games combined to a back harmony list so far, and with Xbox group lead Larry Hryb announcing Rayman Origins for a program, Xbox One owners will be treated to one of a best games in a past decade (EGM scored it a 10/10).
Rayman Origins is now accessible on Xbox One Backward Compatibility https://t.co/qPMRNrLoTQ pic.twitter.com/tmtCUHgv7m
— Larry Hryb (@majornelson) Apr 21, 2016
Xbox 360 games are combined to a list on an strange basis, though we can check out each pretension that is partial of a back harmony module as of currently on a central page.