The Dead Space remake just got a gameplay trailer. After an intense YouTube countdown, EA Motive has finally premiered the raw footage for the upcoming space-based survival horror game – and it’s as haunting as the first time you remember it from 2008. Built entirely from the ground up, the remake revisits the claustrophobic confines of the USG Ship Ishimura, as players step into the shoes of beloved alien-hunting engineer Isaac Clark. The Dead Space remake launches January 27, 2023 on PC, PS5, and Xbox Series S/X. No word on a final-gen console release.
A distress call begins Dead space reworked the gameplay trailer, tasking Clark with bringing the USG Ishimura mining ship back online. “Fix the centrifuge. Fill up on gas,” an unidentified voice said over the radio. While quick repair work is expected, something more sinister seems to be affecting the ship – the engine, hull and power train have been completely destroyed. The Dead Space trailer was then montage, highlighting the overwhelmed medical department, where the members appeared to have imported parasites, banged their heads against the wall, lost consciousness, and had seizures.
For a newbie, Dead Space Remake the trailer might look like it’s drawing heavy similarities to the upcoming one Callisto . protocol game – thanks to its gritty nature and bloody survival tips smeared on the walls. But in fact, the original 2008 game is run by Glen Schofield, who is currently leading the development of the latter. This means no stolen concepts or quirky plots. Dead Space’s remake trailer is then cut to show the horrors of an alien invasion – piles of corpses, bloody handprints and an echoing silence add to the tension. straight.
Then we get to see the Necromorph for the first time, sporting claws as sharp as the length of a walking stick, which descends when Clark least suspects it. As one of the bloody tips suggested earlier, shooting creatures’ limbs is the best way to slow them down, reducing them to zombie-like creatures that are forced to crawl around on the floor. There are also glimpses of different forms of combat, as Clark curbs stomping on Necromorphs, igniting them and electrocuting them into grotesque little pieces of flesh. Also, did I mention that our protagonist is no longer silent?
In its newest developer Blog parcel, EA Motive talked about the presentation of the Dead Space remake, emphasizing the camera aspect, inspired by 2018 God of War. The entire game is touted to be played as a single scene, with no cutscenes, taking the scare aspect to another level. Furthermore, the remake will attempt to modernize the story, with some lore stories culled from Dead Space 2 and Dead Space 3in addition to details from the comics.