Larry Hyrb shared on his Twitter feed that 8 new games have joined the Xbox One backwards compatibility list. Among them are the Obsidian developed Fallout: New Vegas. Also joining the lineup of backwards compatible games is a diverse set of Xbox Live Arcade titles. The full list of new games is:
You can find the full lineup of backwards compatible games here: Xbox One backwards compatibility list
After several weeks of on-again-off-again weekend beta tests, Neverwinter is now officially in open beta. Players can download the game client for free from the game’s website and join the armies of eager gamers in the action-oriented MMO world. Players accessing the beta will have unrestricted access to the game’s content including the ability to reach the level cap of 60, complete access to the game world ” past The Chasm including Mount Hotenow for only the bravest and most experienced adventurers,” and access to user-created content in The Foundry.
It is worth noting that there is no planned character wipe now that the game is in open beta and all characters and items will be carried over into the game’s official release.
Sources: Cryptic (1), (2)