ReCore Definitive Edition comes with an expansion pack on August 29
ReCore is an action-adventure platform video game which was developed by Comcept and Armature Studio. It also received major assistance from Asobo Studio, and Microsoft Studios published it for Windows and Xbox One. The game was released worldwide back in September 2016.
The Gamescom 2017 presentation did bring a lot of good news and goodies such as the cool Xbox One X Project Scorpio Edition. But this was not the only great revelation. Microsoft officially confirmed the ReCore Definitive Edition as well!
ReCore brings an expansion packed with visual improvements
Last week, leaks surfaced, suggesting that Microsoft’s Xbox-exclusive ReCore might come along with an expansion and with visual improvements as well. At Gamescom 2017, the company confirmed the ReCore Definitive Edition would launch on August 29.
It will feature the core games along with an expansion pack that will expand upon the characters of ReCore. The pack will also include a new CoreBot for players to partner within the game.
Besides the fresh content, Microsoft also managed to visually improve the game for the upcoming Xbox One X console. The game will support HDR and 4K.
You can get ReCore Definitive Edition for $19.99. The game will be available as a physical game disc and as a digital game on the Xbox Store.
If you’re the happy owner of the current base-version of the game, you will get the Definitive Edition at no extra charge, and this is pretty great. ReCore is now available on Xbox Game Pass, and all subscribers should expect the Definitive Edition to be also available via the same service. We can’t wait to get our hands on it and to try out the novelties!
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