Microsoft will release an update this week for the Xbox One version of its recent action-adventure game ReCore designed to shorten the game's loading times.
In a post on the game's official website, Microsoft stated they have liked the response it has seen from people who have played ReCore:
With that said, we want you to know that we've been listening closely, and the number one thing you've mentioned you'd like to see improvements on is load times. We heard you, we appreciate your patience, and we have good news! An update will be released this week for Xbox One and Xbox One S that will improve load times on those platforms. Keep in mind, some areas may continue to take more time than expected to load because they are larger zones, but we hope this update improves your overall experience traveling through Far Eden.
A more exact date to expect the update wasn't given, but this should be welcome news for those playing the Xbox One version of the game nonetheless.
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