On April 10th, Microsoft announced it would be expanding its library of Xbox games that would be playable on the Xbox One via the original discs many possess. This month would see the addition of 25 old titles from the Xbox and Xbox 360 being supported split across two different launch days. The first batch of supported games, released on the 17th of April, include the likes of Jade Empire, Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind, and Conker: Live & Reloaded. The second batch on the 26th of April will include games like Destroy All Humans!, Star Wars Battlefront, and Star Wars Republic Commando. Some of the Xbox 360 games already supported, like Red Dead Redemption and Darksiders, will receive what Microsoft calls “Xbox One X Enhancements”.
You can check the official Microsoft announcement here, and check back here for future updates on Xbox One news.