ReCore: Definitive Edition now available for pre-order from the Microsoft Store

After many leaks and rumors surrounding the game being reported over the past several months, including a recent leak that outed the launch date for the game; gamers who are interested can finally pre-order the Definitive Edition of the open-world adventure on Xbox One.

Today, ReCore: Definitive Edition has gone live in the Microsoft Store, sporting a significant price cut in relation to the original's launch price of $39.99. The update, which includes the T8-NK Corebot and a new mission called 'Eye of Obsidian', has a retail price of just $19.99. The store page does not reveal much else with its relatively short description:

As one of the last remaining humans, forge friendships with courageous robotic companions and lead them on an epic adventure through a mysterious dynamic world. Includes the new “Eye of Obsidian” adventure and “T8-NK” Corebot frame.

The cover art for the game does reveal that it will support HDR, and will be Xbox One X Enhanced; suggesting that it might support 4K in addition to improved visuals, or possibly a higher frame rate. Microsoft recently announced that it will showcase some new world premiere trailers, along with a pre-order date for the upcoming Xbox One X at gamescom; so one can assume that we might see some information surrounding this title at the show.

If you want to grab the game, you can pre-order it here; if you already own the game, it still needs to be confirmed if the rumor is true surrounding the free upgrade for existing owners as previously reported. The original game was a Play Anywhere title, meaning that if you purchased it on Windows 10, it would automatically be available on Xbox One as well; however, the store page makes no mention of this for the Definitive Edition, and it is recommended that you do not purchase the game until this is confirmed if you wish to play it on Windows 10.

ReCore: Definitive Edition has an official launch date of August 29 according to the store listing.

Source: Windows Central

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