There’s no clue on the launch date, but we know that ReCore Definitive Edition should be coming with the game’s DLC announced in December, that includes a new bot and a new area.
Recore Standard Edition was released in December 2016, and Phil Spencer was very proud of it even if the critics didn’t really like the game and its features.
Spencer has said that ReCore is the kind of game that reminds him of why he fell in love with games in first place:
ReCore is one of those title that reminds me of why I fell in love with gaming in the first place. Joule is a great main character [and] I think the series doesn’t take itself too seriously, you know, it’s how gaming started, right?
Spencer is also sure that fans, sooner or later, will want a sequel of ReCore despite its mixed welcome, just like Ryse: Son of Rome.
The reason I say all this is, on Xbox One, I look at ReCore and I’m having a really good time with it. I wish the review scores were higher, but I love the games’ protagonist and I love the gameplay. And you can see that, some years from now, people will want to play a sequel because the memories that they have – even though it wasn’t a 95-rated game – stick with them and they mean something over time.
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ReCore is now available for Xbox One and PC