Last month, Phil Spencer teased that January would be a "strong month for the backwards compatibility program" and now his teasing has come to light. Microsoft have announced the first additions to the catalogue this year, with 7 games joining the lineup as of this writing.
Strania, The Splatters, Scrap Metal, Ghostbusters, Dragon Age: Origins, Battlefield: Bad Company 2, and Battlefield 3 were all added to the lineup this month. Its one of the largest (and highest profiling) title adds since the service launched in November 2015.
If you already own these games for Xbox 360, they should automatically show up in your games library on Xbox One. If not, you can buy most of them on the Xbox One or Via Xbox.com.
Heres hoping that 2017 is a huge year for the backwards compatibility program, which has already seen more than 300 titles launch.
We'll keep you up to date, as always, as we get them.