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Where's my backward-compatible Xbox game?

Games you own digitally appear in your Xbox One games list under Ready to install. If you're not seeing a backward-compatible game you've played on a previous Xbox console, it might be for any of these reasons:

  1. The game isn’t yet playable on Xbox One
  2. You own the game on disc rather than owning it digitally
  3. ou were playing on someone else's Xbox
  4. You were playing a game that was installed by someone else or preinstalled on your Xbox

To play a supported backward-compatible game that you own on disc, insert the disc into your Xbox One.

To see if games you own are backward compatible, sign in at My games, then select Xbox 360. If a game shows as being Backwards Compatible, you can play it on Xbox One.

To see the full list of backward-compatible games, go to Backward-Compatible Game Library .

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