New Dead Rising 4 Hard Modes and Street Fighter Costumes Coming
Dead Rising 4 snuck its way last year into the attention of gamers, being announced last June and released only six months later. Many were excited to see Frank West return to the franchise, now with barbed wire baseball in tow. However, a noticeable trade off for the quick release date was the omission of several signature features of the franchise, such as a time system or co-operative gameplay. Also missing from the game at its launch was a hard difficulty setting, which many fans have since asked for. Now, it appears those requests have been heard, as Capcom has officially announced the new Dead Rising 4 hard modes coming soon, as well as several other additions.
A new report from Eurogamer has confirmed that both a Hard mode and a Ultra Hard mode will be coming to the game in a new update on January 30th. These modes will increase the difficulty of the game by making weapons break faster upon use and food provide less health replenishment compared to easier settings. Both the Hard and Super Hard modes will reward players with the “Chopping Spree” and “Biters Remorse” achievements upon completion.
This new update will also include five new Street Fighter-themed costumes: Cammy, Guile, Zangief, M. Bison and T. Hawk. On Jan. 31st, the game will also provide a one-hour timed demo for the game on Xbox One. Both single and multiplayer modes will be available during this demo, and any progress can be carried over into the full game. What do you guys think? Are you happy to see the new Dead Rising 4 hard modes come to the game? What additions would you like to see in future updates? Let us know in the comments below!
Be sure to stay tuned for the latest Dead Rising news, such as the “Meet the Maniacs” video which shows the game’s boss fights, here on Don’t Feed the Gamers!
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