Dead Rising 4 Now Available On Steam

Following its launch on PC via the Windows Store in 2016, Dead Rising 4 arrived this week on Steam. The $ 60 game comes with all of the previously released updates, including My Bloody Valentine, which added the Hard and Blackest Friday difficulty options. The Street Fighter costume pack is also included.

PC players on Steam can also pick up the Dead Rising 4 DLC pass ($ 20), which includes the Stocking Stuffer Holiday Pack, which came out last year, as well as the upcoming expansions Frank Rising and Super Ultra Dead Rising 4: Mini Golf.

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You can pick up Dead Rising 4 on Steam right here. The minimum and recommended specs can be seen at the bottom of this post.

If you’re planning to pick up Dead Rising 4 on Steam for PC, bear in mind that the Steam version does not include Xbox Play Anywhere benefits.

Dead Rising 4 is not the first Microsoft-published game on Steam. Others include Age of Empires II HD and Ori and the Blind Forest.

In other news about Dead Rising 4, Capcom management recently acknowledged the game’s mixed critical reaction. “Compared to the series up to now, this game was made more approachable in order to allow a wider audience to enjoy it,” the company said. “However, there was a wider range of opinions for the new game.”

GameSpot’s Dead Rising 4 review scored the game a 7/10.

“Dead Rising’s zombie-slaughtering formula has started to wear a bit thin after all these years, especially since its combat remains largely routine,” reviewer Scott Butterworth said. “The surprisingly well-crafted story, wild new combo weapons, and expansive open world elements, however, turn Dead Rising 4 into an over-the-top piece of popcorn entertainment that captures the series’ best elements.”

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Dead Rising 4 originally launched in December 2016 for Xbox One and PC. Capcom is expecting the game to ship 2 million units by the end of March, though no sales figures have been divulged as of yet.

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