Call of Duty Black Ops 2 Xbox Backwards Compatibility
There's more good news for Call of Duty fans after Black Ops 2 joined the Xbox One Backwards Compatible games list.
The Xbox 360 version of Black Ops 2 joined the Backwards Compatible games list earlier this week.
This was after it was added to the Xbox Spring Sale 2017, where it's available for the price of £15.99 for Xbox Gold members.
But the good news doesn't end there, because a new report has proven that it's the best version of Black Ops 2 to date.
Eurogamer has put the Black Ops 2 Xbox One upgrade through its paces, and found that, despite resolution issues, the game performs flawlessly.
"Ultimately, the performance on Xbox One is excellent," reads the report.
"It's the best console iteration of Black Ops 2 money can buy, and it still plays great due to its high frame-rate. If you have fond memories of the game and are looking to revisit any portion of it, this is a great way to do so.
"Just be prepared for the low resolution presentation – it's the one aspect of the title that has aged the most, but it's a result of Treyarch pushing its iteration of the COD engine as far as the team could take it in the last-gen era."
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In terms of multiplayer, the game is said to perform at a stable 60 frames-per-second, with only minor dips.
"However, when explosions or fire fill the screen, performance is taxed and we end up with a slight dip in frame-rate that quickly dissipates," the post continues.
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"Once into the game, performance goes straight for 60 frames per second and never lets go. Every match we played managed to deliver a near flawless level of performance."
The release of Black Ops 2 on Backwards Comaptibility has seen the number of players soar. Likewise, the game has climbed up the Amazon charts on Xbox 360.
Xbox One users who already own Black Ops 2 – or any of the other Backwards Compatibility classics – will be able to insert the old disc and start playing immediately.
Likewise, if you own the digital version of the game, you can download it from the My Games and Apps section of the dashboard.
Alternatively, you can buy it from the Xbox Marketplace website, or through the Xbox One store.
With Black Ops 2 now backwards compatible, fans have turned their attention to the likes of Skyrim, Modern Warfare 2, Modern Warfare 3 and Batman: Arkham City.