Capcom has revealed more of their DLC plans for the Xbox One exclusive zombie abuse simulator, Dead Rising 3. If you’d like another reason to return to the game — assuming, of course, that you ever stopped playing it — then the first expansion will arrive on Christmas Eve (Dec 24). It’s called Operation Broken Eagle and will feature a new playable character (a Spec Ops Commander named Adam Kane), as well as new weapons, missions and a custom vehicle.
When asked how Kane differs from the game’s current lead, Capcom confirmed he’s more than just a reskinned Nick. “As opposed to Nick, who is relatively good willed in nature facing military opposition, Adam is a by the books soldier with a crew of Spec Ops fighting for him. You get to take on some over the top military weapons and an armored vehicle that spews bullets. You get to take on missions that go against what Nick would have fought for, but as you discover through the story you can also relate to how Adam struggles to follow through on his difficult orders.”
After Broken Eagle hits later this month, we’ll still have three more expansions to look forward too, including Fallen Angel, Chaos Rising and The Last Angel. Each will star a different playable character and will be fully playable in online co-op.
If you’re still unsure as to whether or not this game is for you, Capcom has made it a whole lot easier to decide with a 20-minute-long demo that’s now available on Xbox Live.
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