Dead Space is for many one of the best horror games ever made, even to this day, some 13 years after its release. The announcement of the game’s remake in the latest EA Play Live has only generated great euphoria among many fans who already place their trust in Motive Studio, those in charge of the far from simple task of reinventing a classic adored by the public.
One of the most sought after voices by the press was that of Glen Schofield, one of the co-creators of the original game where he also served as an executive producer. Currently, the creation is in full development of what many consider to be the spiritual successor of Dead Space: Callisto Protocol.
Dead Space is a classic that returns
“Making the original Dead Space was one of the highlights of my career. Looking forward to seeing what EA @MotiveStudio the team does with it!
– Glen A. Schofield (@GlenSchofield) July 22, 2021
The current founder of the study Keystroke distance protocol He decided to express himself via his Twitter account with a concise but direct message in which he pays tribute to the Dead Space saga, which he describes as “one of the great events of his career”. The post continues to express his excitement to see what Motive Studio is going to do with the title.
After what happened with Visceral Games, responsible for the original game, and its shutdown by EA, it’s good to see that Schofeld doesn’t hold a grudge against the franchise’s new managers. In fact, the first response to the tweet came from Motive Studio himself, who told him that he was the one who had already paved the way for them and that they too were eagerly awaiting the release of Callisto Protocol. The future seems to smile on lovers of the horror genre, it is an absolute certainty.