Not so sure about ReCore [official site]? Did Mighty No. 9 leave you feeling a litle unsure about the whole Comcept and Keiji Inafune thing? No one could blame you. Microsoft seeks to rectify any uncertainty you might have about the action platformer with the introduction of a 30-minute demo that’s up for grabs on Windows 10. Or at least get your attention if you hadn’t actually heard about the game.The ReCore Trial Experience, as it’s called, isn’t really an experience so much as it’s just a demo that you can play on Windows 10 PCs or Xbox One if you have one of those. But if you decide you like what you see and want to buy the full game based on its merits, you can keep playing from where you left off in the demo, plus take your achievements with you.
In addition, for those who have already bought the game there are a few updates being rolled out alongside the demo with “audio and visual improvements” as well as fixes for “waypoints, achievement tracking, collision locations, checkpoints and respawn points.” So wins all around, whether you already purchased the game or simply want to give it a spin.
ReCore is available for £29.99/39,99€/$39.99 and is an Xbox Play Anywhere game, which means that purchasing the game digitally on either Windows 10 or Xbox One nets you the game on either platform.