Celebrate the 10th Anniversary of Dead Rising

September 13, 2016 Written by

Capcom announces that Dead Rising is celebrating its zombie-infested 10th Anniversary with the release of the outbreaks that started it all, as Dead Rising, Dead Rising 2 and Dead Rising 2: Off the Record are now out. The original Dead Rising is also available on Steam as a digital download beginning today. Capcom went on to state that all three titles returned to take advantage of the current generation hardware systems, bringing all of the zombie slaying action up to 1080p at 60 fps.

Each new version of the game also includes all of the additional previously-released DLC costumes.

The Steam version of the original Dead Rising is available now as an individual download title for $19.99. 

About Dead Rising

Dead Rising
The original that started it all! Explore expansive indoor and outdoor areas of the Willamette Mall and use anything to fend off the hordes of enemies, including makeshift weapons like golf clubs, lawnmowers, frying pans, and more. Use Frank's photojournalistic skills to capture the insanity on film; the better the shot, the better the reward will be!

Dead Rising 2
The sequel to the smash hit features new protagonist, motorcycle racer Chuck Greene, as he visits a seedy casino town called Fortune City. The game first introduces weapon combinations like the “Portamower” and “Paddlesaw,” two player co-op, and four player gladiator battles to the Dead Rising series.

Dead Rising 2: Off the Record
Frank West returns and takes center stage in the reimagining of the Fortune City incident from Dead Rising 2. The added Sandbox Mode allows players to freely explore the city and participate in challenges, while Frank’s photo skills and new camera features capture all of the violent and hilarious action.

Dead Rising 4
And for the next new Dead Rising fright fest, Frank West makes his heroic return to Willamette to investigate a new zombie outbreak during the holiday season.

Dead Rising 4 comes to Windows 10 on December 6, 2016.

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