Dead Rising 3 Apocalypse Edition ((FULL)) Download For Pc
All of that is the same in the new PC version, which includes the four Untold Stories of Los Perdidos DLC episodes but not the goofier Super Ultra Dead Rising 3 Arcade Remix Hyper Edition EX Plus Alpha. The biggest difference is that it's noticeably better looking, thanks to the ability to run at full 1920x1080 resolution and, if you make a simple tweak to an .ini file in the Dead Rising 3 directory, can run with an uncapped frame rate. (Create a text file and rename it to \u201cuser.ini\u201d, then paste in: \u201cgmpcr_unlock_frame_rate = True\u201d with no quotes. Place it in the same folder as deadrising3.exe before running the game.) It's strange that there's no menu option to remove the default 30fps cap, though, and you probably shouldn't expect to get a full, steady 60fps unless you're running at medium settings - even my Core i5-4670K and GeForce GTX 780 weren't capable of sustaining it with maxed-out settings when in the midst of a horde. I also noticed a bit of pop-in on certain objects, which carries over from the Xbox One version. Dead Rising 3 will never be the prettiest of games, but it's a damn fun one.
Dead Rising 3 Apocalypse Edition download for pc
"The game is capped at 30fps," Capcom told us. "However, if you would like to experiment with that, create a user.ini file which contains a single line: 'gmpcr_unlock_frame_rate=True' (no quotes) and place it in the same folder as deadrising3.exe before running the game." If you're not sure how to make a user.ini file, here's one we made earlier. However, an unlocked frame-rate isn't the developer's preferred option, with Capcom suggesting that the game has been optimised for 30fps, warning that unlocking the frame-rate is done at the user's discretion and that performance is not guaranteed.