RECORE is an upcoming video game action-adventure developed by Armature Studio Concepts and published by Microsoft Studios for Microsoft Windows and Xbox One.
RECORE was first revealed 2015 Electronic Entertainment Expo at Microsoft’s opening press conference before the show. In the first trailer of the game, a young woman is depicted in a vast desert, accompanied by a robot dog with a luminous sphere in his abdomen. As the pair explore an arch, they are attacked by robotic enemies. The woman has a grappling hook it uses to remove enemies of the nuclei, causing them to collapse, but when the pair are about to be overwhelmed, the self-destructs dog robot to destroy enemy robots, leaving its core. The woman collects the kernel and is a humanoid robot in the vault and insert the core in it. The robot comes to life, and both seem to recognize each other again.
RECORE is designed by Concept, a development studio started by Keiji Inafune, former Capcom designer responsible for the design of the characters of the first three Mega Man and Mega Man X games in partnership with Comcept Armature Studio is formed by designers who worked on Metroid Prime 3: Corruption, Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate and the Mega Man X series spinoff concept before the Maverick Hunter. The play is directed by Mark Pacini, director of the Metroid Prime series. At the end of the new trailer, Microsoft revealed that the game is being released was to be published in the second quarter of 2016. Chad Seiter, who worked on the arrangements for “Pokemon: Symphonic Evolutions” and “The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of goddesses “, is composing music for the game January 4, 2016, Microsoft announced that Recore would also be released for Microsoft Windows, but also suggested that the game was delayed..