Yet another Xbox One exclusive is making its way to PC, and this time its ReCore by Comcept and Armature.
The new IP was previously planned for a Spring 2016 release, but Microsoft has pushed it back to launch to later in the year.
Microsoft gave no reason for the delay, sweetening the bad news with the announcement of a PC version of the game.
ReCore will launch simultaneously for Windows 10 and Xbox One later in 2016, although a date is yet to be confirmed.
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Joseph Staten, former lead writer for Bungie’s Destiny, is now the writing lead for ReCore, and will be working on building the game’s story, world and characters.
Staten is a veteran writer for the Halo franchise, so he knows his stuff when it comes to expansive science fiction.
ReCore follows a young girl named Joule, who believes she is the last human left alive on a desolate desert planet inhabited with robots.
She soon enlists the help of friendly robots, intend on reviving the human race however she can.
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Aside from minor story elements, we know absolutely nothing about ReCore.
It seems you will be able to take control of various robots to help you on your quest, each with unique skills and abilities.
The game is being developed by Comcept and Armature Studio, the former being responsible for the fantastic Metroid Prime trilogy.
ReCore is coming to PC and Xbox One at some point in 2016.