ReCore came out three weeks ago and it seems the excitement for the game has already vanished. However, it seems that its developers from ConceptArmature Studio along with Microsoft are not done yet with this game.
The trial version of the game allows you to play the game for a half an hour, with your progress in the game during this half hour carrying over if you decide to purchase the full game. In other words, this trial version of the game is actually the full version of the game, but you are allowed to play it only 30 minutes for free.
This trial system is used in the Windows Store by paid applications and by some games on the Xbox One console as well. However, this might be the first time when a trial game is released as a “full” version on PC.
To make things even better, some improvements are also coming to the game which will decrease loading times and also fix a good number of issues the game has. These issues range from achievements not being tracked to collision detection, which has been a major problem with the game.
The trial version of ReCore can be found in the Windows Store and you should know that the game is a part of the Xbox Play Anywhere program. In other words, if you purchase ReCore for Xbox One, you will also get a digital version of the game for Windows 10 (and vice-versa). If you want to purchase a physical copy of ReCore for Xbox One, we suggest you to purchase it from Amazon.
The trial version of ReCore can be found in the Windows Store.
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