Capcom has laid off a significant number of staff in its Vancouver office as part of a shift that saw the company cancel an unannounced project and cut scope on the next Dead Rising, according to a person familiar with the company as well as various posts on social media.
Dead Rising 4 offers a fun zombie-bashing playground, but is not a good Dead Rising game.
Rumors are swirling that Capcom Vancouver, the development studio behind Dead Rising 2, has laid off multiple people.
I learned new lessons in the art of zombie-killing in a noisy hotel suite in New York City yesterday. My textbook was the upcoming video game Dead Rising 2: Off the Record.