Call of Duty: Black Ops II is now available to play on Xbox One, via the Backwards Compatibility initiative. The 2012 shooter was one of the most highly requested games to join Microsoft’s service, with 217,120 votes – over 100,000 more entries than the first game.
As per usual, you’ll be able to play the game if you own an original 360 disc, or if its tied to your account with a digital purchase. You can also buy the game digitally on Xbox One via the Marketplace.
We reviewed Call of Duty: Black Ops II when it released, scoring it an 8.6, calling it “disjointed in parts, but still great fun and epic value.”
Did you vote for Black Ops II to join the backwards compatibility list? Any other specific games you’d like to see join the service? Let us know in the comments below!