Microsoft E3 2016- Dead Rising 4 coming to Xbox One

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Microsoft E3 2016- Dead Rising 4 coming to Xbox One

June 13, 2016

By: Anson Chan

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Developer
Capcom Vancouver
Publisher
Microsoft
Platforms
PC, Xbox One
Release Date
December 6, 2016 (Calendar)
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For those of you who wanted to continue the holiday tradition of going around shopping malls and duct taping together all sorts of things to cut your way through hordes of zombies, then you are in luck because Dead Rising 4 is coming to the Xbox One and Windows 10 this holiday season (a rather appropriate time considering the theme of Dead Rising 4). 

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Starring everyone's favorite photographer, Frank West, Dead Rising 4 will feature more of the same ridiculous gameplay that you can expect from the previous Dead Rising games, albeit with far more holiday themed weapons, new zombie types, and slightly more ridiculous vehicles. Needless to say, it seems like Dead Rising's signature gameplay mechanic of letting you tape almost anything that you find together to create some rather...interesting weapons is being expanded to let you create even more fascinating combinations such as EXO Suits and electric go-karts.

 
 
At least you won't have to go far to find food with whatever this contraption is
At least you won't have to go far to find food with whatever this contraption is

As for why Frank is back to mowing zombies down in a shopping mall in the middle of the holidays is yet to be revealed though, as the only thing that we do know is that Frank has clearly aged and adapted to modern times, ditching (or rather, supplementing) his signature camera and utilizing a smartphone instead to share his new adventures. 

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