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Dead Rising remasters confirmed for PS4 and Xbox One

Capcom announced yesterday that the original Dead Rising and its 2010 sequel are coming to PS4 and Xbox One later this year.

Plans for the remasters were officially unveiled last month, but now we know how much they’ll cost and when we get the chance to play them.

The bundle will include Dead Rising, Dead Rising 2 and Dead Rising 2: Off the Record for $59.49 as part of a ‘Triple Pack’, or $20 each if you buy them individually.

Each game will include all of its previously released DLC and exclusive costumes, as well as running at 1080p/60fps on both platforms.

Case West and Case Zero, two small titles that acted as the prologue and conclusion to Dead Rising 2, will not be available as part of the bundle.

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All three games will launch digitally on September 13, with the exception of PC, which will only get the original Dead Rising.

Physical versions of Dead Rising 1 and 2 are coming on September 13 and 27 respectively, but are exclusive to North America at this point.

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This surprise remaster will launch shortly before Dead Rising 4 on December 6, which is coming exclusively to Xbox One and Windows 10 in 2016.

Are you a fan of the original games? Let us know in the comments.

Source: Playstation Blog

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