Dead Space Remake Stream Coming March 11
After EA’s big announcement that a Dead Space remake was in development last year, little new information has surfaced about the upcoming project. However, developer Motive Studio has announced that there will be a live stream on March 11, offering fans “an early look at the development and what’s in the remake of the game.”
The Dead Space Remake Developer Broadcast is scheduled for Friday, March 11, 2022, at 10:00 AM PT / 1:00 PM ET.
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In addition to announcing the stream on Twitter, Motive also shared a minute trailer YouTube teases ad. The tense clip features familiar (and creepy) sound effects. A splicer. And sneak peeks at protagonist Isaac Clarke. But nothing else is revealed. Based on Motive calling this thread an early look at development. It’s safe to say that the release date is still a long way off.
For now, we know that the upcoming game will be a complete remake of the 2008 horror game meant to bring the franchise to life. According to the press release, the remake will also feature “gameplay improvements while remaining true to the original.” EA Motive Senior Producer Philippe Ducharme stated that the remake also “modernizes” the original game, making it accessible to both new and returning players. As well as ensuring it is optimized for current-generation platforms. Motive Studio has confirmed using the Frostbite engine for game development. The same motor used for the recent Battlefield and Star Wars Battlefront games.
Initially developed by Visceral Games in 2008, Dead Space follows engineer Isaac Clarke to battle hordes of mutated horrors in space. The game was considered a major success, spawning two spinoff games – Dead Space 2 (2011) and Dead Space 3 (2013) – before the studio closed its doors in 2017.
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