Dead Rising 2: Off the Record - Capcom Vancouver


“You said we were gonna play mini golf!” – Frank West, Dead Rising 4.


Frank West was promised mini golf and he’s going to get mini golf, as Super Ultra Dead Rising 4 Mini Golf launches today on Xbox One, Windows 10 and Steam.

Bringing three modes of zombie stroking play to the tee (Online Multiplayer, Local Multiplayer and Single Player), we’ve constructed a challenge for the most avid undead golfer. With Frank in the announcer’s box offering the most colorful of color-commentary, players will take control of Connor, Isaac, Jessa and Jordan as they compete on six different courses each with four holes. Armed with an arsenal of 3 clubs, players will have a Driver for long range shots, a Wedge for shooting over obstacles and of course a Putter for putting the ball in the hole.

Players will also be able to use the Ball Buster, a wheel of misfortune that allows them to randomly select a player (including themselves) and add a status affect that can change the game such as; bouncier balls, reduced shot power, a sped up or hidden shot meter and new obstacles on the course. Truly screw over the competition for extra hilarity by playing cheap and dirty.

Of course, a Dead Rising game wouldn’t be complete without the ability to pulverize zombies in a unique fashion, and driving the ball through the undead hordes will give players Zenny, the Super Ultra Dead Rising 4 Mini Golf currency. This earned currency can be used to buy awesome character customization options that will let players outfit their character with a variety of new skills and looks including:

• 8 unique club sets; higher level clubs have longer range and larger sweet spots to get you closer and more accurately to the hole
• A variety of golf balls that can have explosive effects when you get the perfect shot
• 20 Exo Suits to purchase, with a variety of different colors to fit your style
• Over 10 unique helmets to add flare to your character

Super Ultra Dead Rising 4 Mini Golf is included as part of the Dead Rising 4 Season Pass for $24.99 (USD) / €19.99 / £16.24, which is available for purchase in the Microsoft Store and on Steam. Players can also get the pack as a standalone purchase for $9.99 (USD) / €9.99 / £7.99, or get the game and Season Pass together in the Dead Rising 4 Digital Deluxe Edition which is $79.99 (USD) / €79.99 / £54.99.

From zombie infection to golf swing perfection, Dead Rising 4 is the ideal excuse to stay inside this summer. To keep up-to-date on everything Dead Rising follow us on Twitter and LIKE our Facebook page.
Dead Rising® 2 - Capcom Vancouver


“You said we were gonna play mini golf!” – Frank West, Dead Rising 4.


Frank West was promised mini golf and he’s going to get mini golf, as Super Ultra Dead Rising 4 Mini Golf launches today on Xbox One, Windows 10 and Steam.

Bringing three modes of zombie stroking play to the tee (Online Multiplayer, Local Multiplayer and Single Player), we’ve constructed a challenge for the most avid undead golfer. With Frank in the announcer’s box offering the most colorful of color-commentary, players will take control of Connor, Isaac, Jessa and Jordan as they compete on six different courses each with four holes. Armed with an arsenal of 3 clubs, players will have a Driver for long range shots, a Wedge for shooting over obstacles and of course a Putter for putting the ball in the hole.

Players will also be able to use the Ball Buster, a wheel of misfortune that allows them to randomly select a player (including themselves) and add a status affect that can change the game such as; bouncier balls, reduced shot power, a sped up or hidden shot meter and new obstacles on the course. Truly screw over the competition for extra hilarity by playing cheap and dirty.

Of course, a Dead Rising game wouldn’t be complete without the ability to pulverize zombies in a unique fashion, and driving the ball through the undead hordes will give players Zenny, the Super Ultra Dead Rising 4 Mini Golf currency. This earned currency can be used to buy awesome character customization options that will let players outfit their character with a variety of new skills and looks including:

• 8 unique club sets; higher level clubs have longer range and larger sweet spots to get you closer and more accurately to the hole
• A variety of golf balls that can have explosive effects when you get the perfect shot
• 20 Exo Suits to purchase, with a variety of different colors to fit your style
• Over 10 unique helmets to add flare to your character

Super Ultra Dead Rising 4 Mini Golf is included as part of the Dead Rising 4 Season Pass for $24.99 (USD) / €19.99 / £16.24, which is available for purchase in the Microsoft Store and on Steam. Players can also get the pack as a standalone purchase for $9.99 (USD) / €9.99 / £7.99, or get the game and Season Pass together in the Dead Rising 4 Digital Deluxe Edition which is $79.99 (USD) / €79.99 / £54.99.

From zombie infection to golf swing perfection, Dead Rising 4 is the ideal excuse to stay inside this summer. To keep up-to-date on everything Dead Rising follow us on Twitter and LIKE our Facebook page.
Dead Rising® 2 - Capcom Vancouver


Like the shambling undead enemies that face Chuck Greene and Frank West, you can't keep the Dead Rising series down. From the successful Steam launch of Dead Rising 4 to the release of Frank Rising the series keeps coming.

Now we've returned to the classic Dead Rising 2 and Dead Rising 2: Off The Record to bring Steam Cards to the games. All cards have a standard (blue) and rare foil (silver) version, so get working on completing your own set today.

The entire Dead Rising series is now on Steam from Frank West's first appearance through to his most recent outing.
Dead Rising 2: Off the Record - Capcom Vancouver


Like the shambling undead enemies that face Chuck Greene and Frank West, you can't keep the Dead Rising series down. From the successful Steam launch of Dead Rising 4 to the release of Frank Rising the series keeps coming.

Now we've returned to the classic Dead Rising 2 and Dead Rising 2: Off The Record to bring Steam Cards to the games. All cards have a standard (blue) and rare foil (silver) version, so get working on completing your own set today.

The entire Dead Rising series is now on Steam from Frank West's first appearance through to his most recent outing.
Community Announcements - Capcom Vancouver


Dead Rising 4 is unleashing a new kind of undead plague on PCs this spring when it arrives for Steam on March 14th, 2017.

It’s time to get gory as photojournalist and zombie outbreak survivor Frank West returns to Willamette, Colorado sixteen years after the events of the original Dead Rising. Frank finds the town under siege from another zombie infestation and the rebuilt Willamette Memorial Megaplex Mall stocked with bloody entrails and all sorts of consumer goods.

Frank will not only be pitted against the zombie horde but also two new and dangerous kinds of undead creatures as he comes across spry and energetic freshly infected zombies and the dangerously intelligent Evo threat. He will also face a shadowy para-military organization and some not-so-friendly survivors who have their own opinions on how to make it through the zombie apocalypse.

Can Frank uncover what’s behind this latest zombie outbreak? Can he get out of Willamette alive? Just how many selfies will he take? 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 open world sandbox on the brink of the next undead outbreak.

The digital Steam release is available to pre-order starting today at a special faaantastic 20% off price of $47.99 (USD). After launch the game will then become $59.99 (USD).

To confirm if you have the PC weaponry needed to support the hordes in Dead Rising 4 the PC specs are below.

So get your roll of duct tape, grab a burrito off the food court floor and start arming yourself to face this new undead threat on Steam.

To stay up-to-date with everything Dead Rising follow us on Twitter and LIKE us on Facebook.


Community Announcements - Capcom Vancouver


Dead Rising 4 is unleashing a new kind of undead plague on PCs this spring when it arrives for Steam on March 14th, 2017.

It’s time to get gory as photojournalist and zombie outbreak survivor Frank West returns to Willamette, Colorado sixteen years after the events of the original Dead Rising. Frank finds the town under siege from another zombie infestation and the rebuilt Willamette Memorial Megaplex Mall stocked with bloody entrails and all sorts of consumer goods.

Frank will not only be pitted against the zombie horde but also two new and dangerous kinds of undead creatures as he comes across spry and energetic freshly infected zombies and the dangerously intelligent Evo threat. He will also face a shadowy para-military organization and some not-so-friendly survivors who have their own opinions on how to make it through the zombie apocalypse.

Can Frank uncover what’s behind this latest zombie outbreak? Can he get out of Willamette alive? Just how many selfies will he take? 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 open world sandbox on the brink of the next undead outbreak.

The digital Steam release is available to pre-order starting today at a special faaantastic 20% off price of $47.99 (USD). After launch the game will then become $59.99 (USD).

To confirm if you have the PC weaponry needed to support the hordes in Dead Rising 4 the PC specs are below.

So get your roll of duct tape, grab a burrito off the food court floor and start arming yourself to face this new undead threat on Steam.

To stay up-to-date with everything Dead Rising follow us on Twitter and LIKE us on Facebook.


PC Gamer
Community Announcements - CapcomUnity
Thanks for your patience everyone, the save migration tool for DR2 and DR2OTR for Steamworks is now live. The tool will allow you to transfer progress from GFWL to Steam.


1. Boot the title.
2. Proceed to the Main Menu.
3. Select Import Games for Windows Live.
4. Select YES at the prompt.
5. Select “DCPHOTO.DPF,” “DCSAV01.DSF,” “DCSAV02.DSF,” or “DCSAV03.DSF”
6. Maximize the title.
7. Select OK at the "Import Successful" prompt.
8. Go back to the Main Menu.
9. Select Start game.
10. Load the save file.


Please note that although we had originally intended to also migrate the GFWL Achievements alongside the save data migration, due to technical reasons, the tool is only able to transfer over the save data only and not the Achievements. Note that some, but not all, achievements will unlock as a result of transferring your save. We apologize for any inconvenience but hope you will continue to enjoy the game on Steam.

In addition to the save import, the following issues have been addressed:

• Added in support for the X1 controller.
• Fixed a crash for users with usernames longer than 24 characters.
• Fixed a crash that occurs when PC audio quality setting are set over 48000hz
Community Announcements - CapcomUnity
Thanks for your patience everyone, the save migration tool for DR2 and DR2OTR for Steamworks is now live. The tool will allow you to transfer progress from GFWL to Steam.

1. Boot the title.
2. Proceed to the Main Menu.
3. Select Options.
4. Select Import Games for Windows Live.
5. Select yes at the prompt
6. Select the “DR2SAVE.DR2S” file.
7. Maximize the title.
8. Select OK at the import successful prompt.
9. Go back to the Main Menu.
10. Select Start game
11. Load the save file.

Please note that although we had originally intended to also migrate the GFWL Achievements alongside the save data migration, due to technical reasons, the tool is only able to transfer over the save data only and not the Achievements. Note that some, but not all, achievements will unlock as a result of transferring your save. We apologize for any inconvenience but hope you will continue to enjoy the game on Steam.

In addition to the save import, the following issues have been addressed:

• Added in support for the X1 controller.
• Fixed a crash for users with usernames longer than 24 characters.
• Fixed a crash that occurs when PC audio quality setting are set over 48000hz
Community Announcements - CapcomUnity

At long last, Dead Rising 2 and Dead Rising 2: Off the Record have made their way to Steamworks! To celebrate, Steam's holding a big Dead Rising Franchise Sale. If you already own DR2 or DR2:OTR as GFWL titles, be sure to check yesterday's announcement because you might be eligible to redeem the Steam versions for free.

Meanwhile, DLC and Dead Rising 3 are also on sale, so be sure to check the sale either way!

*Please note that this is a global sale with the exception of Japan, who will be served at a later date.

Base games
Dead Rising 2 - $19.99 | $6.79
Dead Rising 2: Off the Record - $19.99 | $6.79
Dead Rising 3 Apocalypse Edition - $49.99 | $29.99

DLCs
BBQ Chef - $1.99 | $0.67
Cosplay - $1.99 | $0.67
Fire Fighter - $1.99 | $0.67
Cyborg - $1.99 | $0.67

Bundles
Dead Rising Franchise Pack (Includes DR3 + DR2) - $64.99 | $37.04
Dead Rising 2 Complete Pack - $32.99 | $11.21
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