Apple said Friday it will release a new version of the game ReCore on iPhone 7, iPhone 7 plus and iPhone 8, with a release date of January 11.
The new version will include improved graphics, the ability to play in 4K and new audio and video modes, Apple said in a blog post.
“ReCore will be available on all three platforms for free, and we will also release additional content and features in the coming months.”
ReCore was first released in 2016, but Apple has yet to release a full version.
“The next version will be even better, with better visuals, a more robust system, and more features and functionality,” Apple said.
ReCore’s story is set in the fictional world of Recca, a fictional fictional city that was created by the fictional human-computer interaction (H2C) company, Harmonix.
In the story, players must defend their city from a series of attacks from Recca’s mysterious inhabitants.
ReCards are collectible coins and can be used to unlock special features.
ReCapers will also be able to upgrade their ReCore characters with new skills, including an ability to use their ReCords to create ReCars that have special properties.
ReGame is a new mobile game created by Harmonix, which has sold more than 2 million copies worldwide.
It is currently available on Android and iOS.
The app allows players to take control of ReCarrion, a robotic ReCarm, which can be controlled by a friend, or by another player using an app.
“When you play ReCore, you’ll be able choose between one of four characters, each with their own personality and skills,” Harmonix said in the blog post, adding that each ReCarreon will have a unique playstyle.
“You can have the ReCarrying Machine and the ReComforting Companion, and you can play the game with your friends or your family, or you can just be yourself.”
Harmonix is working with Apple on the app.