Capcom has announced today that Dead Rising 2: Off the Record is now available adding a new Sandbox Mode, Uranus Zone Amusement Park and a bunch of Technical Upgrades.
Off the record is a reinterpretation of the Fortune City Outbreak depicted in Dead Rising 2, it retells the events from the perspective of Frank West. The new game will introduce the Uranus Zone Amusement Park, Sandbox Mode, and the return of Frank’s camera, and will be available for PS3, Xbox360 and PC for $39.99.
Despite a quick rise to fame after the Willamette outbreak in the original Dead Rising, Frank West is down on his luck and looking to reclaim his celebrity by competing in the zombie slaying game show “Terror is Reality.” After discovering a nefarious plan that releases zombies into Fortune City, Frank is on the scene to get the scoop and make a name for himself once again. In the game he needs to make his way through casinos, shops and eateries of Fortune City including the Uranus Zone, a new sci-fi themed Amusement Park with its own unique mini-games and ‘death trap’ rides.
New items littered throughout the environment help Frank fight his way through the crowds of zombies. Players can use one of the numerous maintenance rooms to combine the everyday items into weapons of mass zombie destruction. In addition to those taken from Dead Rising 2, combo weapons from Dead Rising 2: Case West and all-new ones are introduced to help kill zombies. Tennis ball launchers and motor oil create flaming turrets, rubber alien masks and gems create a mask that shoots lasers, and Uranus Zone Escape Pods combined with fire extinguishers create Cryopods which when placed on a zombie hover in the air freezing zombies underneath. More than 10 new combo weapons have been added to the already robust list of unique and deadly weapons.
For the first time in the Dead Rising franchise, a new sandbox mode is available in Off The Record, allowing players to explore Fortune City without the pressure of clock. Sandbox Mode will help players earn additional Prestige Points and cash for use in pawn shops and vending machines. The new mode will be available from the beginning of the game and can be played in both single-player and co-op modes.
Frank West never travels without his camera and Dead Rising 2: Off The Record is no exception. The camera returns allowing players to photograph the bizarre events happening in Fortune City and break the story of what’s happening from the inside. In addition to camera-based missions and challenges, players increase their Prestige Points by snapping pictures that fall into the categories of Brutality, Erotica, Horror, Drama and Outtake. Stickers placed throughout Fortune City also hint at objects and scenes that will offer additional Prestige Points and unlock new combo weapons when photographed.
The new game is available for PlayStation3, Xbox 360 and PC in North America.
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