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‘Dead Rising 3’ players have killed more than 3 billion zombies to date

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In the eleven days since the launch of both the Xbox One and its zombie-filled exclusive, Dead Rising 3, gamers have managed to kill billions of undead foes inside the Capcom Vancouver developed title. Microsoft revealed on Dec 3 that players have managed to lower the undead population by scoring over 3 billion combined zombies kills.

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Overall player statistics were released for other entries from the Xbox One launch lineup.. Ryse: Son of Rome has seen 186 million kills while fans have driven 90 million miles in Forza Motorsport 5. Microsoft did the math and that equates to 3,673 laps around the world. In just over a week, gamers have also racked up more than 50 million hours on the Xbox One, totaled from time spent playing games or watching videos. Finally, it was revealed that fans have earned over 415 million Gamerscore points thus far.

Xbox One, and the system’s exclusive launch titles of Dead Rising 3 and Ryse: Son of Rome, are out now. That fact that 3 billion zombies have been dispatched inside Dead Rising 3 give testament to exactly how large the undead hordes are that players will encounter within the next-gen title.

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