ReCore is coming to Windows 10 but with demanding system requirements

Microsoft confirmed in January that ReCore is releasing on PC as well as on Xbox One. Like Forza Horizon 3 and Halo 5: Forge, you will require a Windows 10 PC to play ReCore. The system requirements are quite demanding and I think, every upcoming game of the year will have demanding system requirements as well.

According to PC Gamer‘s Andy Chalk, “Windows 10” is replacing the more wide-open “PC” as a system requirement. Strongly agreeing to his words, I must say most upcoming Xbox exclusive games will come to “Windows 10”. PC falls a bit old for Microsoft-published games now.

System Requirements


OS: Windows 10
Architecture: x64, X64
DirectX: DX11
Memory: 8GB
Video Memory: 2GB
CPU: Intel Core i5-4460, 2.70GHz or AMD FX-6300
Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 660 or AMD Radeon R7


OS: Windows 10
Architecture: x64, X64
DirectX: DX11
Memory: 16GB [Well, that’s a lot for a normal gamer]
Video Memory: 4GB [Goddamn that’s demanding]
CPU: Intel Core i5 45690, 3.9 GHz or AMD Equivalent
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 or AMD Radeon R9

ReCore Gameplay Specualtion

The game supports Xbox Live feature that enables cross saves between your Xbox One and PC systems. Get the game on Xbox One, and play it for free on your PC with the Xbox Play Anywhere service. Also, although ReCore support Mouse/Keyboard, Microsoft suggest using an Xbox One Controller for better experience.

Size, Release Date & Time

The ReCore page on Microsoft Store clearly mentions that game will release on September 13 and will be available for download 9:30AM onward. The size of the game is approximated between 6.45Gb and 6.5GB.

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