Dead Rising 4 Announced for PS4; Coming in December

Dead Rising 4 is finally coming to PS4 in North America and Europe on December 5th.

on September 1, 2017 11:02 AM

Today Capcom announced that Dead Rising 4 is finally coming to PS4.

The game will be released in North America and Europe with the title Dead Rising 4: Frank’s Big Package on December 5th, and it will include all the bonus content and DLC released for the game on Xbox One and PC.

On top of that, we’ll also get the Capcom Heroes pack that lets Frank West wear outfits and perform attacks inspired by over a dozen classic Capcom characters.

Below you can read a full breakdown of the content:

  • Dead Rising 4 – Latest version of the main game with all difficulty settings.
  • All downloadable content – Stocking Stuffer Holiday Pack, Frank Rising and Super Ultra Dead Rising 4 Mini Golf.
  • All bonus content – Street Fighter Outfit Pack, My Bloody Valentine Pack, Candy Cane Crossbow, Slicecycle, Sir-Ice-A-Lot, Ugly Winter Sweater and X-Fists.
  • Capcom Heroes – an all-new way to experience the Dead Rising 4 story that lets our hero Frank West wear over a dozen outfits and perform outrageous special attacks inspired by classic Capcom characters.

It’s worth mentioning that those who purchased the game on Xbox One, Steam and Windows 10 will get the Capcom Heroes package as a free update.

You can check out the announcement trailer below.

At the moment we don’t know exactly how many copies the game sold in its previous releases, but we do know that it “underperformed” according to Capcom itself, and that it did not reach a million units shipped. Whether or not it’ll do better on PS4, remains to be seen.

 /  Executive News Editor
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