Dead Rising 4: Frank Rising DLC Launches On April 4 On Xbox One And PC

By Mike Sousa on March 22, 2017, 2:17PM EDT
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Microsoft Studios and Capcom have announced that Dead Rising 4: Frank Rising, a new single-player story DLC for Dead Rising 4, will launch on Xbox One and Windows 10 PCs on the 4th of April.

Frank Rising explores what happens to Frank after an all-new outbreak in Willamette. Frank is infected and wanders the city beaten, bloody and driven only by a need to feast. When a former ally discovers him, he is written off as incurable. Luckily, he'll find help from an unlikely resource. As Frank begins to recover he'll need to race to find a permanent cure while developing all-new abilities and strength. Unfortunately, he can no longer eat food to stay alive and must feast on others to survive. As he is trying to save himself, Frank learns that several survivors he cares about are trapped in the city with him and he must rescue them - and himself - before the government closes his case file for good and wipes the city off the map.

Along with this new downloadable episode, it was also announced that Super Ultra Dead Rising 4 Mini Golf is coming to the game soon.

With multiple holes of pure wanton destruction, in Super Ultra Dead Rising 4 Mini Golf players will flip zombies the bird as they navigate the greens in the Willamette Mall and surrounding town. Unlock specialized golf clubs, costumes and balls as Frank West provides play-by-play commentary for swings, birdies, and shots. Collect Power-Ups to take the game to the next level and take out zombies with explosive style while keeping swings low and the kill count high. Hone course skills to perfection in single player, fight for the high score online in a 4-player multiplayer, or join friends in your living room with turn-based co-op.

Both Dead Rising 4: Frank Rising and Super Ultra Dead Rising 4 Mini Golf are part of Dead Rising 4's Season Pass. Individually, each piece of DLC will be available to purchase for $9.99/£7.99/€9.99.

Source: Xbox Wire

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