Dead Rising 4 Soon To Be On Steam

Dead Rising 4 was released last December 2016, where the game received a warm reception from its eagerly anticipating fans and players. Although the game was just released last December, Dead Rising 4 has already released multiple DLCs that had the gaming community playing for hours and hours. So, in the spirit of continuation, Capcom announces that it wants the game to have a bigger audience, thus announcing that Dead Rising 4 would be available on Steam.

About The Release

In an article by GameSpot, in order for Capcom to spread further its announcement, the company has created a Steam announcement trailer of the game. In the trailer, everyone can see that the video jokes around specific in-game features like coagulated blood shaders, and high dynamic range selfies.

Phil Spencer, Xbox Head, in a previous statement said that, this move was not a surprise at all. The reason being the company's plan of bringing more Microsoft made games on to the digital store.

System Requirements

According to EuroGamer, players can get Dead Rising 4 on steam but would need to meet the minimum system requirements of the game to be able to play it. Players need to at least have an Intel i5-2400 / AMD FX 6300, 6GB RAM, GPU GTX 760 (2GB) / HD 7850 (2GB), DX DirectX 11, Windows 10 and a storage of 50 GB.

On the other hand, Capcom recommends that players have these recommended system requirements to be able to play the game comfortably. Intel i7-3770 / AMD FX 8350, 8GB RAM, GPU GTX 970 (4GB) / R9 290 (4GB), DX DirectX 11, Windows 10 and also a storage of 50 GB.

Players and fans that are interested in getting the game on Steam should pre order it now to get it for only $47.99, because after the game's release, the price would become $59.99. In addition, when purchasing the game on Steam, players need to take note that this version does not have the Xbox Play Anywhere feature. Dead Rising 4 would be available on Steam next month on March 14, 2017.

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