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ReCore will be coming to PC and Xbox One in 2016

ReCore will be coming to PC and Xbox One in 2016

ReCore will be coming to PC and Xbox One in 2016

ReCore will be coming to PC and Xbox One in 2016

 

A Microsoft Spokesperson has confirmed that ReCore will be coming to PC as well as Xbox One in 2016. Another console exclusive bites the dust. 

Right now it has been confirmed that the game will be a Windows 10 exclusive by none other then Phil Spencer on Twitter.

 

 

Right now we do not know if the game will support the DirectX 12 API or not, but at this time it seems to be the perfect way for Microsoft to bring/lock gamers to Microsoft's new Windows 10 OS. 

 

 

While right now very little is known about ReCore, it is certainly shaping to be a good looking game with a very interesting premise. Hopefully we will see more detail about this title in the future and will quickly learn more about the PC version. 

The term "Console Exclusive" is a term which is fairly new to this generation, with the only other titles that are known as "Console Exclusives" being Titanfall, Street Fighter V and Rise of the Tomb Raider, all of which were exclusive to a single console platform but were also released on PC. 

This generation is a good generation for PC, since the consoles manufacturers are focusing a lot more on each other rather than on PC, allowing a lot less console exclusive titles to be released. Hopefully more exclusive franchises will make the move to PC in the future. 

 

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05-01-2016, 06:10:01

AlienALX
PC gaming is now at the point where it's totally daft not to release on PC as it involves multiple millions of dollars.

My issue is £50 for a PC game. They're taking the pee.Quote

05-01-2016, 06:10:44

Dicehunter
Quote:
Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
PC gaming is now at the point where it's totally daft not to release on PC as it involves multiple millions of dollars.

My issue is £50 for a PC game. They're taking the pee.
Indeed, Hence why I tend to get all my games from cd key sites.Quote

05-01-2016, 15:38:19

NeverBackDown
Not excited for this game but I am excited because more games seem to be coming to PC now and that should encourage other devs to take console games onto PC as well. Hopefully the trend continuesQuote

05-01-2016, 22:37:36

Kushiro
Haha yhats about how much we have to pay in AU for release titles.Quote
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