Microsoft have confirmed plans to bring more 'Halo' titles to Xbox One through backwards compatibility are still underway.



Earlier this year, the technology giant announced that gamers would soon be able to experience 'Halo 3', 'Halo 3: ODST', 'Halo 4' and 'Halo: CE Anniversary' on the current console - and while there's still no time frame on the release, fans have been reassured that work is still continuing on the exciting development.

In the newest 'Halo' weekly update, developer 343 gave everyone an update on the project, writing: "Good news: back-compat is still a thing!"

In the update, the developer noted that the backwards compatibility team were continuing its efforts, adding that the team is "churning away on getting the titles prepared for public consumption on Xbox One hardware".

Meanwhile, Microsoft employees have been play-testing the games over the last week - but it is still not known when the public will actually be able to download the games.

In exciting news for fans, it's not just the games coming to Xbox One, with all map packs also on the way - although 343 is having to work out an issue where the Noble Map Pack for 'Halo: Reach' is not free, which it should be.