Halo 3, Halo 4 and ODST are now backwards compatible

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Say Halo to more 360 games.

If for some reason you don’t own the Master Chief Collection despite owning an Xbox One, then there’s some good news if you’ve been holding into your old Halo Xbox 360 games: they’re now backwards compatible.

ODST is a secret gem in the Halo series, and Bungie’s first work with Nathan Fillion. If you’ve still got a copy bouncing around or find one on the cheap, now’s the perfect chance hop back into the drop shock trooper boots.

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