Dead Rising 4 coming to Steam next month – System requirements and trailer

Dead Rising 4 coming to Steam next month – System requirements and trailer

CapCom’s Dead Rising 4 will be coming to the PC and Steam finally after its initial Windows 10 Store release last year.

The zombie bashing gets started on Steam on 14 March. Dead Rising 4 sees the return of photojournalist Frank West to the Willamette Memorial Megaplex Mall and town where he’s going to be unsurprisingly┬ádealing with the shambling undead.

Ahead of the release, Capcom has also sent over the Steam system requirements, PC shots and a PC trailer for good measure if you’ve not played it yet. You probably haven’t as it was only on the Windows Store but you will still require Windows 10 to play this.

Dead Rising 4 minimum system requirements

  • CPU: Intel i5-2400 / AMD FX 6300
  • RAM: 6GB
  • GPU: GTX 760 (2 GB) / HD 7850 (2 GB)
  • DX: DirectX 11
  • OS: Windows 10
  • Storage: 50GB

Dead Rising 4 Recommended system requirements

  • CPU: Intel i7-3770 / AMD FX 8350
  • RAM: 8GB
  • GPU: GTX 970 (4 GB) / R9 290 (4 GB)
  • DX: DirectX 11
  • OS: Windows 10
  • Storage: 50GB

Finally, the new trailer and a few PC shots to enjoy before the game arrives.

Paul Younger

Founder and Editor of PC Invasion. Veteran PC gamer of over 22 years.

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  • Dead Rising 4 gets some GamesCom gameplay footage
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    • DrearierSpider

      Steam page lists the minimum OS as Windows 7 64 bit. It is a DX11 title, so I don’t see why they’d lock it to Windows 10 if they bothered to release it on Steam to begin with.

      • Robert Musillo

        Microsoft funded it.

        • DrearierSpider

          So? That only bought them the 3 month exclusivity. They don’t get a penny from sales on the Steam version, and it’s pretty much confirmed to come to PS4 like Rise of the Tomb Raider did. And again, the store page confirms it works on Windows 7.

          • Robert Musillo

            They locked it to windows 10 because Microsoft sells windows… as the publisher and the funds provider thats what was decided.

            • DrearierSpider
              • Robert Musillo

                FOR THE LAST TIME!

                MICROSOFT WAS PUBLISHER FOR FIRST 3 MONTHS. THEY PAID MONEY FOR IT TO BE EXCLUSIVE TO XBOX ONE/WINDOWS 10 FOR THIS TIME.
                THEY REQUIRE WINDOWS 10/WINDOWS STORE.

                3 MONTHS HAVE PASSED.
                CAPCOM IS NOW PUBLISHER.
                THEY ARE ALLOWED TO DO WHATEVER THEY WANT! THEY COULD EVEN MAKE IT DX9/WINDOWS XP FOR ALL MICROSOFT CARES. THE TIME IS UP!!!!

                Im going to have to put this on ignore. I seriously explained this in simple terms for you… Guess not simple enough.

            • DrearierSpider

              And Microsoft is NOT the publisher on the Steam release, just Xbox One. They even list Capcom as the publisher on the Windows Store page. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/b78a7f8fc18ef28cd4c801153be4458c3edc924bf744d77da27b988c6a481fa6.png

              • Robert Musillo

                Sigh…
                MICROSOFT WAS PUBLISHER FOR THE 3 MONTHS.
                THEY FORCE ALL THE THIRD PARTY CONTRACTED GAMES TO BE EXCLUSIVE TO WINDOWS 10 STORE/DX12.
                Once CONTRACT ends that is there own business.

                This was EXACTLY the same as QUANTUM BREAK. Seriously dude.

                Microsoft does not care about sales of the games as much about ADOPTION of WINDOWS 10.

              • DrearierSpider

                This is an article discussing the STEAM version. My initial comment that you responded to was talking about the system requirements for the STEAM version. The part of the article I was addressing was:

                “…it was only on the Windows Store but you will still require Windows 10 to play this.”

                This is false, the STEAM version does support Windows 7 as the screenshot shows. You’re just too fucking stupid to follow basic logic from point A to point B.