Tom Clancy’s EndWar and HAWX added to Xbox One backward compatibility library

By Stephany Nunneley
6 November 2018 21:49 GMT

Two Xbox 360 games in the Tom Clancy series have been added to the Xbox One backward compatibility library.

Microsoft has added two Ubisoft titles to its backward compatibility library today: EndWar and HAWX.

EndWar was released in 2008 and HAWX arrived a year later in 2009. Both are rather long in the teeth – like the rest of us.

If you don’t own EndWar, the real-time tactics game will run you $19.99 through the digital Xbox Marketplace.

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HAWX is a arcade flight game which takes place during the same timeframe as 2007’s Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter 2.

Players take on the role of a ex-United States Air Force pilot who returns to the Air Force to try and prevent private military companies from attacking the US.

HAWX isn’t for sale through the store, so if you really must have it, you’ll have to buy a used Xbox 360 copy someplace.

Previous owners of the disc or digital version should still be able to play it on Xbox One.

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