ReCore For PC & Xbox One Delayed To “Latter 2016” According MS Spokesperson
ReCore for Xbox One and PC possibly been delayed to the latter half of 2016. The adventure title from 'Mega Man' co-creator Keiji Inafune, was initially slated for a release in the Spring of 2016.
Website Engadget reports that they were contacted by a Microsoft spokesperson who stated that ReCore will launch "in the latter half of 2016". According to Engadget, the full statement from the spokesperson reads as follows: "We have not yet set a launch date for ReCore however the game will be ready in the latter half of 2016".
ReCore delay in line with Microsoft's exclusive 2016 list
The delay hasn't been officially confirmed, but we're pretty sure Microsoft will soon. In line with the rumored delay, is the snapshot of announced exclusive 2016 titles that Microsoft's Corporate Vice President Of Marketing For Xbox, Mike Nichols, posted yesterday on the Xbox Wire blog.
Gears of War 4(Xbox One) – Multiplayer Beta in Spring 2016/Launch in Fall 2016
Quantum Break(Xbox One) – April 5, 2016
Halo Wars 2(Xbox One & Windows 10) – Fall 2016
Crackdown 3(Xbox One) – Multiplayer in Summer 2016
Fable LegendsOpen Beta (Xbox One & Windows 10) – Spring 2016
ReCore(Xbox One & Windows 10) – 2016
Sea of Thieves(Xbox One & Windows 10) – 2016
Gigantic(Xbox One & Windows 10) – 2016
Killer Instinct: Season 3(Xbox One & Windows 10) – March 2016
Gears of War: Ultimate Edition(Windows 10) – Spring 2016
Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition(Xbox One & Windows 10) – Spring 2016
Cobalt(Xbox One, Xbox 360 & Steam) – Feb. 2, 2016
Prior to this list, and the announcement that ReCore would also be released for PC, Microsoft always talked about a Spring 2016 release. In the list above, that Spring release has been altered to merely '2016'.
A week ago we reported that former Bungie veteran, Joseph Staten, is in fact the lead writer for ReCore. With Staten being the lead writer on ReCore, we have high hopes for this title.
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