Three more Xbox 360 titles are now playable on Xbox One.
The new additions to the backwards compatible library are all taken from different series and genres, which is distinct from the other releases of recent weeks.
Among the new titles is 'Prince of Persia', which is the reboot of Ubisoft's acrobatic platforming franchise.
The other two games are the Xbox 360 version of 'Sine Mora' and 'Earth Defense Force 2025', which is a third-person shooter.
The backwards compatibility concept means that anyone who owns a physical copy of any of these games can play it on their Xbox One just by putting the game into their console.
On the other hand, if you've purchased any of the games digitally, the title will be available in the Ready to Download section of the My Games and Apps menu.
The announcement of the three backwards compatible titles comes shortly after Microsoft revealed impressive financial results for the final quarter of its fiscal year.
The company's gaming revenue for the fourth quarter came in at $2.28 billion, which meant the full-year revenue amounted to $10.35 billion.
As reported by Gamespot, this shows growth compared to a figure of $1.64 billion in the same quarter last year, while the full previous fiscal year saw revenue of $9.05 billion.