Earlier this week, we reported that Comcept’s 2016 game, ReCore was going to get a release on Windows 10 (as well as the Xbox One). In that article we were a bit sceptical about it’s tentative “Spring 2016” release date. Well, our assumptions were correct.
Today, A Microsoft representative told Engadget that ReCore will not launch this spring as was originally planned. The employee said they now believed ReCore will be slated to arrive sometime during “the latter half of 2016,” though an exact date was not given.
The Microsoft representative said: “We have not yet set a launch date for ReCore, however the game will be ready in the latter half of 2016.”
ReCore was announced as an Xbox One exclusive during Microsoft’s E3 2015 briefing last summer. At the time, Microsoft assigned a “spring 2016” release window to it.
ReCore is being published by Microsoft and is in development at Kenji Inafune’s Comcept, alongside Armature Studio. Joseph Staten, the co-creator of the Halo and Destiny universes, has been confirmed as the project’s lead writer.
Delays are always a bummer, but the first half of 2016 already has a plethora of games to enjoy. However, It’s no surprise that the game was delayed. Comcept is clearly focused on getting Mighty No. 9 out the door. (Which releases February 9).