Thanks to Microsoft’s backward compatibility program for Xbox One, players can enjoy titles from the Xbox 360 era on their latest consoles. With new games added on a regular basis, fans can expect the genre diversity to be high, as seen in the latest fighting title to join the fold, Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition.
Microsoft’s Major Nelson shared the latest backward compatible game in his usual fashion through a Twitter post, seen below. The Arcade Edition acts as an update to Street Fighter IV‘s already high-octane experience the franchise is known for, with new fighters, in-game modes, and bonus stages.
Players with a digital copy of the game will find it ready to download on their Xbox One systems, while those with a physical disc can also download the game once it’s inserted into the console. Super Street Fighter IV is also available for standalone download in the Xbox Store for $30.
This marks the third game this week added to Xbox One’s backward compatible titles, coming after shooter Earth Defense Force: Insect Armageddon and the racing game F1 2014. The full list of current games available can be found on Major Nelson’s site.
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