ReCore: Definitive Edition, Super Lucky’s Tale and three other Microsoft games release today on Steam

Last month, we informed you about a publishing deal between THQ Nordic and Microsoft. THQ Nordic will release the physical copies for five Microsoft games that will be also available for digital purchase on Steam. These five games are  ReCore: Definitive Edition, Super Lucky’s Tale, Disneyland Adventures, Rush: A Disney-Pixar Adventure and Zoo Tycoon: Ultimate Animal Collection, and are coming today on Steam.

It’s pretty interesting that these games are not based on their Windows Store versions. Now while most of them are not really demanding titles, it can be interesting to see whether their Steam versions will be DX11-only (like Quantum Break) and whether ReCore: Definitive Edition will run faster than its Windows Store version.

These games will be available on Steam in two hours, and below you can find their official prices.

  • ReCore: Definitive Edition (SRP: 19,99 € / 19,99 $ / 16,99 £)
  • Super Lucky’s Tale (SRP: 19,99 € / 19,99 $ / 16,99 £)
  • Disneyland Adventures (SRP: 19,99 € / 19,99 $ / 16,99 £)
  • Rush: A Disney-Pixar Adventure (SRP: 19,99 € / 19,99 $ / 16,99 £)
  • Zoo Tycoon: Ultimate Animal Collection (SRP: 19,99 € / 19,99 $ / 16,99 £)

Here is hoping that THQ Nordic will release more future Microsoft games in physical forms and let’s hope that Halo Infinite and the new Gears of War will be two of them (meaning that we may also see these games on Steam too).

John Papadopoulos

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