Dead Space Remake Gameplay, Release Window Revealed By EA
With the new generation of video game console having been out for more than a year, and development cycles still being quite daunting for completely new games, publishers so far have heavily relied on updated pre-existing games for modern consoles. One such project confirmed by EA has been the Dead Space remake, which the publisher announced last year. Little about the project was revealed since, with the developer promising to stay silent about the game until this year. Well, they thankfully didn’t make fans wait too long in 2022, as they have revealed the first Dead Space remake gameplay footage, and hinted at the game’s release window.
Motive Studios released a series of new deep-dive videos showcasing different aspects of the Dead Space remake gameplay. One of these videos is designated as an “Atmospheric Walkthrough”, where the player does not interact with any enemies or NPCs. The player as Isaac Clarke enters a room called the Maintenance Bay, which is uninhabited and sparsely lit. What little light sources are present though, shine brightly and reflect at a variety of levels. These new lighting effects are quite advanced and reflective of the power that the modern consoles can achieve. The video shows quite the difference from the original versions of the game and its capabilities.
The developer recently held a livestream that showcases a lot of the other new systems being upgraded or added for the new remake. The sound design has now added for audio occlusion and obstruction effects that distorts noises heard in the space environments. The A.L.I.V.E. system is also showcased, demoing how Isaac’s heart rate, breathing and dialogue delivery will change throughout the game’s scenarios. There have also been updates made to the quality of sounds and effects emanating from the game’s many weapons. Motive is showing through this early Dead Space remake gameplay that the remake will spare no expenses in retelling the story of Isaac Clarke and making players feel like they are walking in his boots and breathing behind his lit mask. And with their new reveal of a 2023 expected release window, thankfully the project is far from being dead in space.
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