Dead Space remake’s release date has now been revealed and it is set to turn out in January. The notorious sci-fi horror game will release on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC in the first month of the following year and seems, by all accounts, to be avoiding the PS4 and Xbox One consoles.
Dead Space was first delivered way back in 2008, hitting the Xbox 360, PS3 and PC, and is presently worshipped as one of the absolute best survival horror games ever.
EA previously declared that they were working on a Dead Space remake back in July 2021, and the title is being developed at Motive, the developers of Star Wars Squadrons.
It is set to use the Frostbite motor and EA has guaranteed it will have a “further developed story, characters and better gameplay mechanics”.
Dead Space Release Date
Electronic Arts has confirmed that it will launch the remake of the famous horror game Dead Space. The game will be released on January 27, 2023.
It will be created by Motive Studios and is a remake of the first game that was created by Visceral Games and was released quite a long time back. The remake of the game was declared in July 2021 and the developers guarantee that the new game will raise “the degree of horror and immersion to phenomenal levels”
New Dead Space: Remake Story
Very much like the past one, this new remake will have a similar hero and players will venture into the shoes of engineer Isaac Clarke where they need to go on a startling journey through the spooky inside of the mining ship USG Ishimura while battling the awful necro-morphs along the route.
Notwithstanding, EA has vowed to integrate upgraded sound and visuals alongside different changes including – – a further developed storyline, better characters and high-level game mechanics.
Insights About The Games Remake
Aside from uncovering the official release date, EA has offered Dead Space fans a BTS look at its improvement through a YouTube video.
This video uncovers more about its ongoing interaction changes, sound and art. The footage additionally incorporates enhanced visualizations like haze, smoke and fireworks utilized in the game.
As a current-gen release, Dead Space will make the most of present-day visual technology, including a version of the Ishimura, delivered in HDR and lit with beam following.
Despite its specialized ability, the game will follow a similar plot of a lone engineer against a swarm of Necromorph beasts. Nonetheless, in the remake, hero Isaac Clarke would now talk just when addressed or when it would be weird assuming he stayed quiet.