First 20 minutes of ReCore Gameplay

What is ReCore

First 20 minutes of ReCore Gameplay

First 20 minutes of ReCore Gameplay


Microsoft has not been doing a great job when it comes to advertising some of their newest Xbox exclusives, to a point that most gamers are not even aware that ReCore is coming out on Windows 10 and Xbox One next week on September 13th.  

With a lack of trailers or much gameplay ReCore is a game that most of us frankly don't know much about, making any release of gameplay footage and other information very important in the run up to launch.   

Yesterday Xbox's Major Nelson and Joseph Staten streamed the first 20 minutes of ReCore, giving gamers their first true look at the new Megaman inspired 3D platformer, which will be one of the first games that will be part of the Xbox "Play Anywhere" program for Xbox and Windows 10 PC, supporting Xbox-PC cross saves and allowing gamers to play the game on either platform with a single purchase. 

The stream officially starts at around 7 minutes into the stream, where Major Nelson and Joseph Staten will play and commentate the first 20 minutes of this new Xbox Exclusive title. 


 This game will only work on Windows 10 64-bit PCs and will require a minimum or an AMD 6-core or an Intel Quad-core CPU and a GTX 660 GPU. Microsoft has not revealed the in-game settings, framerate or resolution that these specifications are linked to. 



OSWindows 10
Architecturex64, X64
DirectXVersion 11
Memory8 GB
Video Memory2 GB
ProcessorIntel Core i5-4460, 2.70GHz or AMD FX-6300
GraphicsNVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 or AMD Radeon R7


OSWindows 10
Architecturex64, X64
DirectXVersion 11
Memory16 GB
Video Memory4 GB
ProcessorIntel Core i5 4690, 3.9 GHz or AMD Equivalent
GraphicsNVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 or AMD Radeon R9


This game will become available on September 13th on both PC and Xbox One, where purchases for Xbox or on the Windows 10 Store will automatically redeem a copy of the game on the other platform with cross-saving features.  

This game will be a Windows 10 Store exclusive and be a DirectX12 UWP application on PC. Recore will cost £29.99/$39.99 on PC. 


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