ReCore New Information Coming Next Year, Says Xbox Head

‘You’ll see a lot more of it in 2016.’

Posted By | On 05th, Nov. 2015 Under News | Follow This Author @Pramath1605

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ReCore is a brand new Xbox One exclusive, a new IP from Keiji Inafune, the creator of Microsoft, built in collaboration with a studio filled with ex Metroid Prime developers. In other words, it has a lot of star talent behind it, which is why so many people are looking forward to the game, even though technically, we haven’t actually seen much of it, and don’t know a lot about it.

However, according to Xbox head honcho Phil Spencer, that will change soon, as Microsoft will be showing off a lot of ReCore in 2016. “You’ll see a lot more of ReCore in 2016,” Spencer said to a fan on Twitter. “I watched team play last week, great progress.”

I’m fine with them taking time, but I just don’t want the game delayed- ReCore is technically set to be launched in Spring of 2016, and while I am positive it will miss that date (I see it launching in late Summer at the earliest), I would prefer it if the game did not get too many Persona style delays. Those are just the worst.


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  • JerkDaNERD7

    This game seems promising, a very trusty development team and potentially a great vision from Keiji Inafune

  • XbotMK1

    I thought Microsoft was done with 3rd party exclusives. I though Phil stated that they’re going to focus more on 1st party exclusives instead of 3rd party.

    Well, Microsoft is known for constantly lying, so we could be seeing a timed exclusive or future PS4/PC release.

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    • Pazz

      You are lying, because it’s a second party game. Recore is a Microsoft IP,

    • Terminator

      He is to stup*d to understand that. He always tries to hard but always falls flat. For example Microsoft/Phil Spencer never said they were done with 3rd party games, but that they would have less 3rd party deals, that doesn’t mean they are done lol.

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