While the holiday season is long-since over, the trees have been disposed of, and Spring has sprung, Dead Rising 4 makes its way to Steam with some extras that’s made its way into the Xbox One and Windows 10 versions. One would expect that the PC version outperforms the Xbox One version, and it very much does. That may be all you need to hear, but let’s dive a bit further into what makes Dead Rising 4 work for me.
Frank West is back, and Dead Rising 4 is better for it. This is also return to Willamette, Colorado. While the town has changed, the mall has been rebuilt, and Frank West looks and sounds different; the things that haven’t changed is the sense of humor, the self-aware attitude, and the thousands of zombies left to kill. I can see Dead Rising 4 being divisive for some long-time fans, but for me, this was exactly what I needed and wanted out of the series for the longest time – It’s the best gift to be given this holiday season.
Today, Capcom Vancouver unveiled Operation Eagle, the first “Dead Rising 3” DLC installment to the Untold Stories of Los Perdidos. This episode puts you in control of Spec Ops Commander Adam Kane on a mission that challenges everything he believes and sets him out to capture the missing President of the United States. Operation Eagle features a new mission, five new weapons, one new combo weapon, one new vehicle, a new clothing outfit, plus additional Gamerscore and the ability to carry experience points back to “Dead Rising 3.”
Today, Capcom Vancouver and Microsoft unveiled a new “Dead Rising 3” story trailer, which includes a first look at the title’s cinematic moments and zombie-filled drama. The action-packed trailer welcomes you back to the apocalypse and prepares you for the “Dead Rising 3” zombie takeover coming to Xbox One on November 22, 2013.