ReCore was one of the new titles announced at Microsoft’s E3 2015 last year, however, not long after that, the game got delayed from its initial “Spring 2016” release date. Now, a post discovered by Neogaf seems to indicate that a new release date has been decided:
Sept. 13, 2016 (North America, Latin America, Asia Pacific except Japan) Sept. 15, 2016 (Japan) Sept. 16, 2016 (Europe and other global regions)
Along with those dates were two new screenshots of the game. IGN actually asked Microsoft about the leak, to which they responded with a text shrug on their Twitter accounts.
Likely, we’ll find out more information during the Microsoft Press Conference tomorrow.
The summer is now over and that doesn’t just mean that the weather is set to get colder over the coming months but publishers and developers are now beginning to prepare to get some of their biggest releases of the year out of the door. September often sees a gluttony
At the Microsoft Press Conference, the title ReCore got both a confirmed release date, the rumored September 13th, as well as a new trailer showing off gameplay for the potential new franchise. Of particular interest is the numerous bots or mechs you’ll potentially be able to use in the game.