You will also have all of your original Xbox 360 statistics, scores, and more due to the backwards compatible version being on the Xbox 360 servers. With RPG experiences like the Mass Effect trilogy, classics like BloodRayne, and a growing number of shooters including the esteemed Call of Duty: Black Ops II, the play experience continues to get better and better with each new addition.More news: Russian Federation to expel same number of diplomats as West
All things considered, while many will be excited to learn that Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare is now playable through the Xbox One Backward Compatibility program, some might avoid the title altogether, as one report from a while back has suggested that lots of Xbox One users barely play 360 backward compatibility games.
We've been teased by both Activision and Microsoft about the game potentiall getting compatibility on the Xbox One or, perhaps, even getting a total remaster like the first Modern Warfare game.More news: This Ice Cream Chain Is Facing Backlash For Its 'Highly Offensive' Name
With this release will surely come more speculation and anticipation for further COD releases on Backward Compatibility.
People with a disc simply need to put it into their console, while digital owners will need to go to the Xbox One Store to install it. Players already have a ton of Call of Duty to chew through on Xbox One, so at least they can have some fun while they wait.More news: JR Smith Credits Therapy Dog for Breakout Game