A Capcom representative came to a NeoGAF thread and posted a number of images that show off the Dead Rising PC graphics settings, now that the game has finally been released onto Steam on PC. Dead Rising is the second Capcom game to be ported over to PC this year after Dragon’s Dogma was released on PC back in January.
The original Dead Rising was the start of the now highly popular Dead Rising series, which has three games in its main series with a fourth coming out in December of this year. Its popularity is one of the reasons for the PC port (along with it being the series’ tenth anniversary), and thus the Capcom representative’s message to NeoGAF.
Among other things, the Dead Rising PC graphics settings include support for 144 hertz monitors, 1440p resolution (along with 4K, if your computer is good enough to handle it), and a Borderless Windowed mode. You can also lock and unlock the framerate as you wish, whether you want to play it at 60 or at 30 frames per second.
In addition to the graphics settings, you can also customize and rebind the keys on your keyboard, and the game also has support for Xbox One, Xbox 360, Playstation 3, and Playstation 4 controllers (likely because it’s also coming out on Playstation 4 and Xbox One). The save system has also been expanded to five slots.
With the new graphics settings and an upgraded port, Dead Rising may be in position to at least have another period of success for Capcom much like Dragon’s Dogma, despite the difference in the two between a high fantasy setting and a comedic zombie apocalypse setting.
If you want to go and buy Dead Rising for the PC, it’s available now on Steam for around 20 dollars. You can also find the other Dead Rising games on it, along with all of their downloadable content.