The Xbox 360 versions of BioShock, BioShock 2 and BioShock Infinite are now all backward compatible with Xbox One, Microsoft has announced.
The three games take the total number of titles available on Xbox One backward compatibility to over 300. The functionality first arrived on Xbox One in November 2015.
Both the disc and digital versions are supported, although you’ll need to download each game to your Xbox One hard drive regardless of which version you own.
Other recent games to join Xbox One backward compatibility include Burnout Paradise, Oblivion and Shadowrun.