When it comes to rumors about the video game industry, it is often said, “Without fire, there is no smoke”. And when players watching the news saw the smoke from rumors of Dead Space’s imminent return during EA Play Live, the smoke literally turned on fire.
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For several weeks there have been rumors that Electronic Arts is secretly announcing a new one Dead space and that the latter had a good chance of being announced during today’s EA Play Live. Once again these rumors were correct.
In fact, the American publisher actually used its event tonight to unveil this new title. And as the rumor also implied, it is not a sequel, but a remake developed by EA Motive.
At the moment there is relatively little information about the game. However, the American publisher made it clear that the game was only intended for the new generation of consoles (PS5 and Xbox Series X | S) and the PC. The original game was “completely rebuilt“to offer an experience”deeper and more immersive. “
The same but better?
Nevertheless, according to EA, the game uses the Frostbite engine and offers graphics.take it in hand“The editor speaks too”Gameplay improvements“while you pay attention”Honor the original“The American glove also evokes a”Story and characters improved.
As a simple engineer in charge of repairing the USG Ishimura, a gigantic spaceship, Isaac Clarke will quickly find that things have gone very, very badly. The crew was slaughtered and infected with an alien plague … and Nicole, his beloved partner, is lost somewhere on the ship.
Armed only with his tools and scientific skills, Isaac will attempt to uncover the nightmarish truth that lurks on the Ishimura. To do this, he not only has to fight for survival in the face of hostile creatures called “Ncromorphs”, but also must keep his sanity despite the unspeakable horrors that stand in his way.
At the time of this writing, Dead Space has yet to have an announced release date. EA will be back communicating about the game soon, according to Jeff Grubb, the journalist who revealed information about the announcement earlier this month.
What do you think of this Dead Space remake announcement? Would you have preferred a Dead Space 4? What do you expect from the game? Do you have any fears (other than being scared while playing)? Let us know your first opinion in the comments below.