There is a one-year anniversary of the Xbox One’s compatibility initiative by bringing a requested game into the program: Skate 3.
EA Black Box’s skateboarding game, which is released on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in 2010, it is now available on Xbox One. It has already been a big week for Electronic Arts titles that are joining the list. Microsoft also added support for Mass Effect 2 and Mass Effect just 3 days ago.
Along with Skate 3 backward compatible, Microsoft partners with Electronic Arts on a special offer. From today on, until 20th of November, the San Van Party Pack is available for free on Xbox Marketplace. Skate 3 it is also on sale for Xbox Live Gold subscribers.
With a 16.67% discount that lowers the price to $9.99 from $11.99.
The service debuted November 12, 2015, with a lineup of 104 Xbox 360 games. Ever since Microsoft added many titles to the list. With the addition of Skate 3 and TikGames’ Scarygirl bringing the full number of supported games to 284.