Electronic Arts and developer Motive have broadcast the promised live stream for the remake of the horror classic Dead Space and not only provided new impressions, but also announced the release date.
Last night, the developer live stream “Crafting the Tension” was broadcast around the new edition of Dead Space. Above all, the makers concentrated on the artistic and graphic design of the new horror edition, but surprisingly also revealed the specific release date.
It was previously known that a release is planned for early 2023. It is now clear: From January 27, 2023, the remake of Dead Space will be available on the PS5, Xbox Series X/S and PC platforms. Powered by the Frostbite engine, the original sci-fi survival horror classic was rebuilt from the ground up while aiming to stay true to the vision of the original. Nevertheless, you can look forward to improved sound and razor-sharp graphics.
This in turn should lead to significantly more immersion and quality – and it is precisely these topics that Motive dealt with in detail in the live stream. There are also four video clips that take up individual areas such as the design of the character models or the visual effects; you can see these below.
As you step back into the role of Isaac Clarke on the gigantic mining spaceship USG Ishimura and set off in search of his girlfriend Nicole, you can look forward to many contemporary visual improvements: items, tools, locations and much more have been detailed for the next Hardware generation and PCs revised and reconstructed. Thanks to optimizations such as dynamic, volumetric lighting with atmospheric and environmental VFX rendered in Full HDR, the new Dead Space aims to give you the opportunity to experience the scary narrow corridors and gloomy corridors of the USG Ishimura in a more realistic and immersive way than ever before experience.