Dead Rising 4 leaked gameplay and promotional material confirm sequel

By: Madeleine Dean
2 minute read

Dead Rising 3 could finally have a sequel, three years after its official release. Dead Rising 4 will most likely feature the same background as its predecessor and will improve the original game with cooperative multiplayer and other interesting online features.

The game’s developer has yet to confirm its intention of creating a sequel for this popular zombie-killing game, but recently leaked gameplay images and promotional material suggest that Dead Rising 4 is in the works. The source of these materials also suggests that the sequel will actually be a remake starring Frank West, the original protagonist of the series.

The same source also goes as far as implying that Dead Rising 4 will actually be announced at E3 and claims that the game will be available only on the Xbox One and Windows 10.  It appears that Microsoft is funding the sequel, therefore the company wants to make sure as many users as possible have access to the game.

As far as the game action is concerned, rumors also suggest that players can team up in units of four, working together to smash as many zombie heads as possible.

If you’re into this kind of games,  check out Judge Dredd vs. Zombies, a free mobile shooter with very intense gameplay. After a few levels, you will have hordes of zombies coming at you from every direction. This aspect is more visible in the Arena gameplay where you have a great number of zombies and not much time to kill them all.

If you want to take fear to the next level, we suggest you try Agony, a horror game that will be released this year. You’ll play the role of an amnesiac spirit who tries to escape from Hell. While you have no memory about your past besides your fall to Hell, what you know for sure is that you don’t want to be in that horrific place. Of course, you’ll have to kill many demons to get out.

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