Microsoft has launched a free trial for ReCore, its recent sci-fi action-adventure game for the Xbox One console and Windows 10 PCs. The free trial will let gamers play the first 30 minutes of ReCore for free.
Xbox Wire states:
Players will meet Joule, her Corebot companion Mack, and begin their adventure in the beautiful and mysterious world of Far Eden. If you decide to buy the full game afterwards, you can pick up right where you left off, as your progress (and Achievements) in the trial will be reflected in the full game.
The full version of ReCore costs $39.99, and people who purchase the digital Xbox One version will get the Windows 10 version for free, and vice-versa, under the Xbox Play Anywhere program. Microsoft also plans to release a new patch for the game today that will offer decreased loading times, audio and visual improvements and more.
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