Dead Rising 3

Global Total as of 05th Apr 2014 (units): 0.99m
Platform: Xbox One
Developer: Capcom Genre: Action

Total Units

North America: 0.71m 71.8%
+ Europe: 0.22m 22.7%
+ Rest of the World: 0.05m 5.5%
= Global 0.99m

Release History

Dead Rising 3 Microsoft Game StudiosNorth America22nd November 2013Retail
Dead Rising 3 Microsoft Game StudiosEurope22nd November 2013Retail

Game Overview

Dead Rising 3 is a survival horror game developed by Capcom and published by Microsoft Studios exclusively for the Xbox One. It represents the third mainline entry in the Dead Rising series and takes place in Los Perdidos, California, following a new main character named Nick Ramos. The game has a darker, grittier look than previous entries.

The game takes place 10 years after the events in Dead Rising 2. Many of the franchise's main mechanics return but are more refined, expansive and accessible. The game takes place in an entire city where the player is free to explore not just the city scape but every building in the city with no load times. Weapon crafting returns but now you can craft your weapons on the fly anywhere, although this does come with the danger of being attacked. Driving has returned but zombies now have the ability to grab on to your car and try to drag you out of it.


Wright (on 09 April 2014)
I'm having hard time believing this
hasn't crossed the one million mark
Chris Hu (on 26 March 2014)
Graphics wise this isn't much of an
upgrade of previous games but the 360
couldn't handle all the zombies
onscreen. Plus making all those combo
weapons on the spot would be impossible
on the 360. Anyway this still has
pretty good legs.
Legendary_W (on 24 March 2014)
Dead Rising once proved what 7th gen
could do and 6th gen couldn't even
dream of.
Seems that DR3 did it again.
People asking for a 360 port on Facebook
pages are incredibly ignorant, IMHO.
Chris Hu (on 19 March 2014)
@Welfare I'm pretty sure that if we had
the digital numbers for this game it
would have sold over a million units
already. Anyway this will easily sell
more then DR2 on the the 360 eventually
and become the second best selling DR
game on a MS console.
Welfare (on 10 March 2014)
@LanceX2 DR3 SHIPPED 1 million copies.
Consumers still need to buy it.

By E3
this should sell over 1 million.
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