Backwards compatibility was introduced to Xbox One back in November 2015, and games have been steadily added to the list of accepted titles since. This week, three new games have been ushered into the compatibility club: Assassin’s Creed, Dark Void, and Grid 2. Assassin’s Creed launched in 2007 and heralded one of Ubisoft’s most popular series. Dark Void, published in 2010, is a third-person sci-fi shooter. And Grid 2 is a racing simulator from 2013.
These three additions bring the Xbox One’s list of backwards compatible games up to 145, about 1/7 of the 360’s library. The full list of compatible games can be found here.