As part of a backwards compatibility deep dive on Xbox Wire earlier today, Director of Program Management for Xbox Series X Jason Ronald spoke a little about the possibility of adding more original Xbox and Xbox 360 games to the backwards compatible program.
At the end of the article, Ronald revealed that the team is continuing to listen to fans about the games they'd like to see, but noted the "complex mix of technical and licensing challenges" often involved:
"The team also continues to listen to feedback from the community on additional titles you would like to see added to the compatibility program. Resurrecting titles from history often presents a complex mix of technical and licensing challenges, but the team is committed to doing everything we can to continue to preserve our collective gaming legacy."
While his comments don't exactly guarantee any future Xbox and Xbox 360 additions to the backwards compatibility library, it's nice to see Microsoft hasn't ruled it out entirely. There are still plenty of classics we're holding out hope for, so fingers crossed they make their way to the Xbox Series X!
What games would you still like to see added to the program? Let us know in the comments.