Free Dead Rising 4 Soundtrack Sampler Available Now

November 28, 2016

Capcom has released temporarily free Dead Rising 4 soundtrack sampler ahead of the game’s release for Xbox One and PC next week.

Available through after entering the code dr42016, fans can download 12 Christmas carols that appear on the 55-track full soundtrack. The sampler soundtrack will be free until December 2nd, the day the full soundtrack is released.

The full soundtrack consists of four and half hours of the game’s original score, which was composed and produced by Academy Award nominee Oleksa Lozowchuk. It also includes additional music by artists like  Traz Damji, Boris Salchow, Jamie Christopherson, Robert Elhai, Stu Goldberg, Kevin Doucette, Melissa Kaplan, the Braxton Cook Quartet, Dominic and Rachael Davis and Jon Hassell. Overall, the soundtrack features original music written for orchestra, string ensembles, big band, jazz combos, crooners, country duos, Americana roots/bluegrass bands, and much more


This promotion runs together with the game’s recently revealed Virtual Yule Log video and the game’s setting, which sees the return of Frank West in a Christmas-themed Willamette, Colorado. The town, of course, has been overwhelmed by yet another zombie outbreak.

Dead Rising 4 will appear on Xbox One and Windows 10 PC in North America and Europe on December 6th, and release in Japan two days later on December 8th.

The full Dead Rising 4 Sampler track listing is as follows:

  1. “Coldest Time of Year”
  2. “O’ Tannenbaum”
  3. “Up on the Swingin’ Housetop”
  4. “Oh Willamette”
  5. “Jingle Jazz”
  6. “Deck These Halls”
  7. “Looking for Santa Claus”
  8. “Up on the Housetop”
  9. “Jumping Joe the Jackal”
  10. “Jingle Bell Swing”
  11. “Sugar Plum Toy Shop”
  12. “Auld Lang Syne”
David Lozada

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