Yes­ter­day, Xbox tweet­ed the arrival of sev­en more back­wards com­pat­i­ble Xbox 360 games for Xbox One. Xbox users we report­ed to have Janu­rary be a great month for the pro­gram, and Microsoft has delivered.

Below is the list of the sev­en new titles, you can buy most of these if you don’t own them, but one requires a disc:

  1. Stra­nia — $9.99 — 206.86 MB
  2. The Splat­ters — $9.99 — 505.95 MB
  3. Scrap Met­al — $14.99 — 130.06 MB
  4. Ghost­busters — $14.99 — 6.18 GB
  5. Drag­on Age: Ori­gins — $14.99 — 6.44 GB
  6. Bat­tle­field: Bad Co. 2 — 19.99 — 4.88 GB
  7. Bat­tle­field 3 — Requires Disc

 Microsoft also gave a descrip­tion detail­ing what the back­wards pro­gram can do among the con­soles you own, and even your PC, just in case you did­n’t know:

Now you can play a grow­ing num­ber of Xbox 360 games on Xbox One. Expe­ri­ence both gen­er­a­tions of games on one con­sole, includ­ing dig­i­tal and disc-based titles, with advanced fea­tures like Game DVR and in-home stream­ing to Win­dows 10. Keep all your game saves, add-ons, and hard-won achieve­ments from Xbox 360. And with your Xbox Live Gold mem­ber­ship, you can even play mul­ti­play­er games and chat with friends across Xbox One and Xbox 360. Plus, Games with Gold titles for Xbox 360 are now playable on Xbox One, giv­ing you more free games to play every month when you own an Xbox One. Enjoy the great­est games line­up and Xbox 360 clas­sics all in one place — exclu­sive­ly on Xbox One.”