Over nine years after its official launch, the original Battlefield: Bad Company has been added to the backwards compatible library of the Xbox One.

It was released back in June 2008 for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC. Until then, the franchise mostly existed on the PC and laid heavy focus on multiplayer with large number of players. Battlefield: Bad Company changed that by arriving on consoles and also featuring a full single-player campaign with–to a degree–storied characters.

Battlefield: Bad Company was powered by the Frostbite 1.0 engine and hailed as groundbreaking in several ways. It was incredibly polished for its time and was also the first installment in the series to introduce destructible environments. In addition, the game brought new ways to emphasize the importance of working together as a squad.

Battlefield: Bad Company received stellar reviews at launch. It still had its flaws, such as clunky controls that proved annoying at times, but still offered a fun and joyful experience. It should be noted that while the single-player campaign was appreciated by the players, it was still far from a perfect attempt when compared with the likes of Call of Duty.

Battlefield: Bad Company is priced at $15 and comes with all previously released downloadable content. The game follows its sequel, which was similarly added to the backwards compatible library of the Xbox One earlier this year.