Dead Rising 4 announced during the Xbox E3 2016 event

Costea Lestoc By: Costea Lestoc
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Microsoft announced many games at its Xbox E3 conference, and one of them was Dead Rising 4. This game is being developed by Capcom and once released, will surely make the many fans of the series very happy.

Take a look at its trailer below:

Dead Rising 4 is the eighth installment in the Dead Rising series. The trailer showcases the protagonist, once again Frank West, and reveals that the action takes place around Christmas time. It’s not certain if Dead Rising 4 follows the events in Dead Rising 3, but it surely takes place 16 years after the first version of the Dead Rising game. This time, Williamette Memorial Megaplex Mall is overrun by zombies and Frank will need again to discover the cause of this.

Likewise in Dead Rising 3, Frank will be able to travel outside the mall and explore the surroundings to find weapons and hints. With Frank having been infected since the end of the first game, it is not yet known if he will be able to use Zombrex in order to slow down the transformation

Dead Rising 3 received some pretty solid reviews and it seems that the developers understood that they need to bring back some of the features found in the game prior to Dead Rising 4.

Dead Rising 4 is expected to be released for Windows 10 PCs and Xbox One console, during the holiday season of this year, so wait patiently for its arrival.

What are your thoughts about the upcoming Dead Rising 4 game? Will you purchase it once it is released?

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