The original Assassin's Creed is now available to play on Xbox One via the console's backwards compatibility support.
Along with the Ubisoft open-world game you can now get GRID 2 and Dark Void in the most recent update to the backwards-compatible library. It has been a long time since the first Assassins Creed was released and the series has had multiple titles over the years, some positive and some negative. It’s certainly a franchise that has had a mixed reception. For anyone interested to see how the series got started, this is the place to start
GRID 2 was made by Codemasters and was generally highly praised back in 2013. Dark Void was very much a game that slipped under the radar and has a mix of aerial and ground-based combat, it was the debut title from the now shuttered Airtight Games, developer of Murdered: Soul Suspect.
As with all backwards compatible titles, anyone who already owns the games can simply use the disc or use the digital copy from your list of games. It will be interesting to see what games are added next.