Two more games have become backwards compatible on Xbox One

On this day, two more Xbox 360 games were made backwards compatible and fully playable on Microsoft’s Xbox One console. They’re similar in slight ways, but remain very different games that will provide hours of gameplay for the action-adventure and role-playing fans among us.

The most notable of these two titles is Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag, the game that allowed fans of the series to set sail upon the high seas and engage in naval combat, all while captaining their own ship. It came to Xbox One early on, as an updated re-release, but now the original Xbox 360 version has been made available for use on the company’s most modern console.

Joining Black Flag is the updated version of Divinity 2, which goes by the lengthened name of Divinity 2: The Dragon Knight Saga. An action-RPG from the folks at Larian Studios, it faded into the background shortly after release, but may be worth checking out for genre fans. After all, it is only $7.49 USD as part of the Spring Sale, while Black Flag is only $9.99.

These two games bring the total amount of backwards compatible Xbox 360 and Xbox Live Arcade games to 481.