Dead Rising 4 marks the return of photojournalist Frank West in an all-new chapter of one of the most popular zombie game franchises of all time. All of the classic hallmarks of the ground breaking series return, including a huge array of weapons and vehicles players can combine to combat the horde ranging from the practical – to the practically insane. Players will also enjoy ambitious new features including new zombie classes, EXO Suits, and 4-player co-op multiplayer. With intense action and an unmatched level of weapon and character customization, Dead Rising 4 delivers a heart-pounding experience as players explore, scavenge and fight to survive in an epic open world sandbox. Available this holiday on Xbox One and Windows 10.

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  • Co-op Online- 2 to 4 players
  • XBOX Live

System Requirements

OS Windows 10
Architecture x64
Keyboard Integrated Keyboard
Mouse Integrated Mouse
DirectX Version 11
Memory 6 GB
Video Memory 2 GB
Processor Intel i5-2400 or AMD FX 6300
Graphics NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 (2 GB) or AMD Radeon HD 7850 (2 GB)
OS Windows 10
Architecture x64
Keyboard Integrated Keyboard
Mouse Integrated Mouse
DirectX Version 11
Memory 8 GB
Video Memory 4 GB
Processor Intel i7-3770 or AMD FX 8350
Graphics NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970 (4 GB) or AMD Radeon R9 290 (4 GB)

Additional info

Published by
Capcom U.S.A. Inc.

Release date

Approximate download size
45.09 GB

Action & adventure

  • Age rating
  • Entertainment Software Rating Board

    Mature 17+

    Intense Violence

    Blood and Gore

    Use of Alcohol

    Strong Language

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Use your microphone
Access your Internet connection
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Use your video library
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Use your device’s voice over IP (VoIP) services
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Read and delete Text Messages
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In-app purchases
- $19.99

Install on up to ten Windows 10 devices.

Language supported
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Platform: PC

Dead Rising 4 is Trash

As a long time fan of Dead Rising, I found that DR4 is the worst of the Dead Rising games, and they should be ashamed to think that this game was any good. They made this game so easy that the first time I died was on the second to last case, and the only reason I died was because Frank decided to jump over the railing for some unknown reason. Dead Rising was never a hard game, the only challenging aspects of the game came through your own short comings. Dead Rising 4 is a pile of trash, but since I've beat every Dead Rising before, I had to beat this game to continue that legacy and I'm sad to say I played it. I would not recommend anyone to buy this pile of garbage for it is a waste of money. Perhaps try playing the originals over and over again and just forget this game exists.

One person found this helpful.




Platform: PC

Could be good if it actually ran well

The game does look really fun, however because of how poorly optimized the game is I am unable to enjoy it. Regardless of what i change in Graphics options the game runs between 10-20 fps and constantly fluctuates wildly. I could be on the lowest or the highest and it will run exactly the same. I have a fairly decent pc, nothing crazy but I am able to play most games on the highest or near the highest settings and get 60fps. This reminds me a lot of how bad the Arkham Knight pc port was.. I hope they patch this soon so i can play the game.

5 out of 10 people found this helpful.




Platform: PC

Broken PC version, still waiting for patches

X1 version has had multiple patches already while the PC version remains broken garbage. I was willing to look past all the other criticisms people were making of this game like the gameplay and cast changes, but not getting support on an 80 dollar purchase is riduclous. Will never touch anything from Capcom Vancouver again.

2 out of 2 people found this helpful.




Platform: PC

Feels like a beta

I'm fine with the story, and gameplay, the bugs however are plentiful and horrendus. When the game freezes, even in borderless windowed, it locks up my PC. Locked up to the point where ctrl+shift+esc, alt+tab, ctrl+alt+delete, and alt+F4 won't remove the window. Likewise the lack of information and connectability in multiplayer is frustrating. Not once have I been matched, and not once waiting for players has anyone been joined my public lobby. There is no information on how many players are online, if any specific ports need to be open, or if there is an unexplained error (like error codes in Destiny). Likewise this is a game released in a time when all others are "Xbox Live Play Anywhere" compatible, yet lacks a feature even ReCore has. Safehouses are inconsistent in updating in NG+ and case selection, sometimes full of unhittable zombies or at the wrong level in late game despite first playthrough accomplishments. This game has a lot of potential to grow, I just hope it does.

2 out of 2 people found this helpful.




Platform: PC

nothing like the original

This game is a really dumbed down version of all the other dead rising games,everything that made dead rising unique and fun is pretty much gone, psychos don't even have cut scenes any more, just wait until the game is 10 dollars, that's pretty much what its worth. Haven't even finished the game, lost all interest not even half way through.




Definitely nice addition to Dead Rising

Yes, it is different but its in a good way. People want dead rising one then head to steam and play dead rising 1. This is a new perspective on zombie killing as its in the "same" mall as first one with Frank as well but with updated graphics and new features such as cars and exo suits!




Platform: PC

a really fun zombie game

honestly It reminds me a lot of the recent saints row games. it is very enjoyable and perfect for the holidays

4 out of 6 people found this helpful.




Platform: PC

Not Dead Rising. Huge disappointment.

I was incredibly excited and a huge fan of the series but this was a huge let down. Developers claim to have made changes based on fan suggestions and then take out 99% of what made Dead Rising a great game. Story was lacking. Game was incredibly easy. Lack of atmosphere and found myself to be bored playing it. No interesting characters. Ruined the franchise.

17 out of 32 people found this helpful.




Platform: PC

Decent gameplay, too easy

I have loved the dead rising franchise ever since I played the first game on my 360, but playing it on pc just makes it too easy, I wish there was some sort of difficulty system implemented to allow users to have a freedom of how hard or easy the game is. But overall, great addition to the franchise!

5 out of 7 people found this helpful.




Platform: PC

Not without it's flaws but still amazing

Having been a Dead Rising fan since the very first game on 360. While it seems that a lot of hardcore fans to the franchise have been put off by the changes (namely the removal of the timer) I have found that the game TO ME has been just as fun and retains the charm that I feel when playing the Dead Rising games. I am only about 20% through the game now however will update if my feelings somehow change when I complete the game.

6 out of 8 people found this helpful.



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