This does make sense, if you think about it- series custodian Capcom Vancouver are now hard at work, presumably, on Dead Rising 4, which has been announced for release later this year on Xbox One and Windows 10.
Dead Rising 2: Off the Record gives a twist to the second half to get back at the controls of Frank West, thus leading us to new parts of Fortune City while facing all kinds of dangers. The most surprising revelation was undoubtedly confirmation that QLOC and Mercenary Technology will handle development of the Dead Rising remasters instead of Capcom.
Note: Page 1 will have screenshots of Dead Rising 1, Page 2 will be Dead Rising 3 and Page 3 will be Off the Record.
Apparently, the most of the work will be done on the original Dead Rising game, since it is pretty old (it was among Xbox 360 launch titles) and requires a bit of extra care. Unfortunately, no price has been given, but we should learn that information within the next couple of weeks. Now we know who's behind these restorations and what they look like.
It appears that Dead Rising, Dead Rising 2, and Dead Rising 2: Off the Record really are coming to Xbox One and PlayStation 4, with the Dead Rising Triple Pack listed on Xbox.com for release this September.