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Xbox boss Phil Spencer has once again commented on the ongoing rumors, hopes, and dreams shared by Call of Duty fans everywhere that Black Ops II will soon join the Xbox One backward compatibility program.

This new statement is perhaps Spencer’s most assertive yet. He not only swiped down specific rumors that the game would be coming in the near future but went one step further, publicly announcing that he does not know when Call of Duty: Black Ops II will join the backward compatibility lineup. At all. And neither does anyone else at Microsoft.

Responding to one of hundreds of Twitter inquiries about Black Ops II coming to Xbox One via backwards compatibility, Phil Spencer revealed that he had no knowledge regarding a date for the game to arrive. To hopefully keep his team out of the harassment zone, Spencer also added that Microsoft Agents and the backward compatibility team are also in the dark. So, now that all questions regarding that specific title and backwards compatibility have been shut down, we think it’s time Spencer answers some other important questions.

Don’t worry: I already asked some for you, but feel free to add your own inquiries using the same hashtag, #QuestionsThatArentBlackOpsIIRelated.

Source: Phil Spencer via Twitter

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This Black Ops II backward compatibility news shouldn’t surprise you

Yet again, Phil Spencer weighs in on the most-request backward compatibility game.

By Matt Buchholtz | 02/20/2017 11:00 AM PT

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Xbox boss Phil Spencer has once again commented on the ongoing rumors, hopes, and dreams shared by Call of Duty fans everywhere that Black Ops II will soon join the Xbox One backward compatibility program.

This new statement is perhaps Spencer’s most assertive yet. He not only swiped down specific rumors that the game would be coming in the near future but went one step further, publicly announcing that he does not know when Call of Duty: Black Ops II will join the backward compatibility lineup. At all. And neither does anyone else at Microsoft.

Responding to one of hundreds of Twitter inquiries about Black Ops II coming to Xbox One via backwards compatibility, Phil Spencer revealed that he had no knowledge regarding a date for the game to arrive. To hopefully keep his team out of the harassment zone, Spencer also added that Microsoft Agents and the backward compatibility team are also in the dark. So, now that all questions regarding that specific title and backwards compatibility have been shut down, we think it’s time Spencer answers some other important questions.

Don’t worry: I already asked some for you, but feel free to add your own inquiries using the same hashtag, #QuestionsThatArentBlackOpsIIRelated.

Source: Phil Spencer via Twitter

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About Matt Buchholtz

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Matt learned how to play video games from his grandma, who bravely adventured with him through the “terrifying” halls of Shadowgate. He plays a lot of Dungeons & Dragons on a podcast with comedians. Find him on Twitter @mattisgrounded