ReCore Definitive Edition, which offers various improvements over the standard version, can now be purchased for $19.99 on Xbox One and Windows 10, or downloaded through the Xbox Game Pass.
After several leaks gave fans of the game hope that ReCore would receive some love after its launch in 2016, the full changelog details exactly what will be included in the Definitive Edition.
After a leak suggesting an improved and expanded version of the Xbox exclusive ReCore, Microsoft confirmed Recore Definitive Edition for Xbox One plus a visually-enhanced version for Xbox One X.
After many leaks and rumors, the Definitive Edition for ReCore has officially shown up in the Microsoft Store. It comes with a new mission, a brand new Corebot and a significantly lower price.
After being spotted in the achievement lists of several Xbox One fans, rumors about the upcoming Definitive Edition of ReCore have surfaced, which hint at several upgrades and new story missions.
Besides getting a rating from USK, Xbox One gamers have spotted revised images for ReCore replacing the original version, which suggests owners of the game may have something to look forward to.
The ReCore development team has acknowledged complaints about long load times in the new game, and says that an update coming this week to the Xbox One and Xbox One S will improve them.
After a delay earlier this year, the long-awaited ReCore has finally launched - and it's the first Xbox Play Anywhere title too, so it can be bought once and played on Xbox One or Windows 10 PCs.
Microsoft has detailed the answers to frequently asked questions regarding its Xbox Play Anywhere program which allows users to get games on both Xbox One and Windows 10 with a single purchase.
Microsoft has announced that the previously delayed "ReCore" will be heading to the Xbox One and Windows 10 on September 13 this year, and will be a part of the Xbox Play Everywhere strategy.
Ahead of the Xbox FanFest event, which will begin before Microsoft's E3 briefing, Xbox executive Larry Hryb has shown off some freebies they'll be giving away, including a backpack, T-shirts and toys.
It has been announced that Xbox One exclusive 'ReCore' will be getting a PC release on Windows 10, however both platforms will see a delayed launch, during the second half of 2016.