These 23 Backward Compatible Games Will Be The Last To Arrive on Xbox One By Sam Quirke, 10 Jun 2019 CommentsThe good news? 23 games are coming to Backward Compatiblity this week. The bad news? These are the last ones that are coming to Xbox One. Whatever Scarlett's compatibility model is, it seems the whole team needs to focus on it and so we will not see any more Backward Compatibility announcements for Xbox One. Sad face.I'm at least happy for our Mark, whose one BC wish was Enslaved.Here's everything coming to Xbox One Backward Compatibility, starting with Xbox Originals:8 New Xbox Originals Coming to Backward Compatibility on Xbox OneArmed and DangerousIndiana Jones and the Emperor's Tomb (which we spotted earlier)Sphinx and the Cursed MummySplinter CellSplinter Cell Pandora TomorrowSplinter Cell Chaos TheorySplinter Cell Double Agent (Xbox)Unreal Championship 215 New Xbox 360 Games Coming to Backward Compatibility on Xbox OneAsura's WrathBattlefield 2: Modern CombatEnchanted ArmsEnslaved: Odyssey to the WestFar Cry ClassicFar Cry Instincts PredatorInfinite UndiscoveryPeter Jackson's King KongPrince of Persia: The Forgotten Sandsskate.Star Ocean: The Last HopeSuper Puzzle Fighter II Turbo HD RemixSyndicateToo HumanUnreal Tournament 3According to Major Nelson, the disastrous Too Human is being given away to everyone for free. Which is probably just as well. Here's a video about Scarlett that vaguely hints that the team are fully focused on making sure everything currently available on Xbox One is playable on Scarlett.We'll certainly share more details once we know exactly what is happening with Backward Compatibility, but it certainly looks like our regular roundups are suddenly a thing of the past. We don't know exactly when these backward compatible games will be available, but it should be at some point during this week.Still... at least Splinter Cell and Skate made it to E3, right?Backwards CompatibilityXbox OneXbox 360 View comments Written by Sam QuirkeSam has been a Newshound since 2016 and is now the Editor for both TrueAchievements and TrueTrophies. He loves gaming on all devices and in all genres. He remains a stubborn Assassin's Creed and Pokémon fan.