XBOX ONE Backwards Compatibility has had four new games added this month, while Microsoft and Sony look set to share a new PS4 and Xbox title announcement.

The Xbox One Backwards Compatibility program is one of Microsoft’s exclusive features that has helped to bolster its exclusive 2017 lineup.

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While the games that are released can’t necessarily be categorised as new, they certainly offer a big boost of nostalgia to gamers.

Currently, fans are hungering over Call of Black Ops 2, one of the latest big titles from the Xbox 360 missing from the completed Backwards Compatible games list.

However, there has been no confirmation from Activision or Microsoft that the popular COD title will ever make it to the Xbox One.

Fans may also be worried that they are heading to the middle of the month and still can only count four games that have been added so far.

Xbox One gamers can now play Cars 2: The Video Game, Dead Rising 2: Case West, Dead Rising 2: Case Zero and Meet the Robinsons.

These new games were actually leaked a little early after Microsoft added them to the official BC completed list before their announcement.

There is also the added bonus of Borderlands 2 being made available as a free download on Xbox One via the Games with Gold lineup.

Fans will also soon have the chance to add another Backwards Compatibility game to their library, with Heavy Weapon being offered as a free title in the Games with Gold program.

Heavy Weapon will launch on March 16, although fans will be hoping other new BC announcements will be revealed next week too.

It follows news that the Xbox One and PS4 games lineup are both getting a boost this year in the shape of action MMO, Tera.

The free-to-play title is scheduled to land on both consoles later this year, with En Masse Entertainment also confirming a new beta.

“The past five years of Tera have been fantastic,” said En Masse Entertainment CEO Sam Kim via press release.

“We have an amazing and ever-growing player base on PC and we can’t wait to share Tera with a brand new audience on consoles.

“Everyone at En Masse Entertainment and Bluehole is putting an incredible amount of effort into making sure that console players have the best Tera experience possible, and can enjoy the wide range of content the game has to offer.”

No set release date has been confirmed for the new Tera beta, although fans can start signing up for either the Xbox One and PS4, using this link.