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Dead Rising 3 mentioned on LinkedIn resumes


12:00 PM on 01.07.2013
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Some of the industry's better CGI trailers are made by a company called Blur Studio, which appears to have worked on a cinematic for the unannounced Dead Rising 3. This next installment in Capcom's goofy zombie franchise was listed on the LinkedIn resumes of two Blur employees, a cloth-hair technical director and a rigging supervisor.

Come to think of it, this isn't the first we've heard of a possible Dead Rising 3. Whether or not it's still being actively developed, and for which systems remains to be seen, but the game reportedly involves an auto mechanic trying to get out of an infected Californian town before a bomb goes off. These things can change, but yeah -- more Dead Rising? It's been long enough.

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