Xbox One gains two more backwards compatibile games

Xbox One gains two more backwards compatibile games
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Microsoft has continued to swell Xbox One's backwards compatibility today, adding two new games to the service (via XBA).

First up is Brothers In Arms: Hell's Highway, the World War II shooter developed by Gearbox Software released back in 2008. The game takes place during the latter stages of the conflict, specifically during Operation Market Garden in the Netherlands, and is probably best remembered for its destructive cover system and action cam.

Finally, players can also fire up AirMech Arena for the Xbox One. This was originally released back in 2014, and is a free-to-play battle arena title developed by Carbon Games.

If you've got a physical copy of Brothers In Arms lying around, then you can lob that into your Xbox One and start playing now. AirMech Arena meanwhile is free to download.