Dead Rising 4 will be available on Steam in March 2017
The long awaited Dead Rising 4 is finally out on both Windows PCs and Xbox One consoles. As a player, you’ll join ultimate zombie slayer Frank West on his return home for the holidays. Your task is to investigate the source of a mysterious zombie outbreak and, of course, stop it.
Many fans rushed to Steam to get the game, but were surprised to see that there is no Dead Rising 4 Steam page. As a quick reminder, Dead Rising 4 will be exclusively available in the Windows Store for the first 90 days of release. The game will also be an Xbox One timed exclusive for an entire year.
Dead Rising 4 on Xbox One is developed by Capcom and will be published in partnership with Microsoft. Fans will be able to play ‘Dead Rising 4’ first on Xbox One and Windows 10 PC this December. It will remain a Windows 10 exclusive for the first 90 days and console exclusive on Xbox One for one year.
Dead Rising 4 comes to Steam in March 2017
In other words, if you want to buy Dead Rising 4 from Steam, you’ll need to wait until early March 2017. As surprising as this may sound, many fans who are willing to wait until March to get their hands on the game.
Actually, this is a very wise choice. Dead Rising 4 will definitely be affected by many technical issues, especially on Windows PCs. There are too many possible PC configurations for the game developers to test them all. As a result, it’s impossible to detect all the potential bugs that could affect the game.
Most likely, Capcom will have detected and fixed all the major Dead Rising 4 issues by March 2017. This means that the players who install the game next year will enjoy a better, more stable gaming experience.
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