Microsoft has made a handful of titles that were released for the original Xbox backwards compatible with the Xbox One and it appears that the company will soon be adding five more titles to that list. Microsoft is likely going to reveal its plans today about Xbox One backward compatibility and particularly about the five new titles that have been spotted in Xbox Games Store listings.

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The listings on the Xbox Games Store suggest that at least five original Xbox titles are going to be made backwards compatible with the Xbox One. Some of those titles have a release date of April 10th which is why it’s expected that an announcement might be made later today.

The titles that are likely going to be added to this list include The Elder Scrolls 3: Morrowind, Destroy All Humans!, Full Spectrum Warrior, MX Unleashed, and Panzer Elite Action Four.

Four out of these five games are from one publisher: THQ Nordic. Panzer Elite Action only appears on the UK version of the Xbox Games Store so it may be limited to that particular region.

Microsoft is yet to confirm if these titles are the ones that will soon be brought over to the Xbox One. It may reveal that information in today’s Inside Xbox episode which starts streaming at 3:30 pm PT on Facebook, Twitter, Twitch, YouTube, and Mixer.

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