Dead Space Remake Release Date Revealed With New Showcase
Since being announced last July, Electronic Arts and Motive Studios have been offering quite the inside look at the upcoming Dead Space remake, giving fans periodic peeks at how the anticipated title is shaping up behind the scenes. While the majority of the footage was in an unfinished state, the game’s impressive progress appears to have inspired EA to establish a solid release date for the awaited title, officially landing for PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X/S on January 27th, 2023.
Announced on the game’s official social media pages, the launch date of the Dead Space remake coincided with another in-depth showcase from the Motive. Throughout the stream, the team highlights numerous strides made in 3D modeling, environmental effects, and dynamic lighting in the years since the original, and how all these elements mesh with the storytelling and level design. We’re even given a minutes-long tour of a section of the new USG Ishimura to demonstrate all these factors in action. Check it out below.
It’s nice to see where Motive intends to take the new Dead Space remake ahead of time and everything we’ve seen so far has suggested an incredibly faithful reimagining of the 2008 horror classic. Not only is voice actor Gunner Wright returning to voice Necromorph-slaying protagonist Isaac Clarke, but everything from gameplay, visuals, and audio are getting tweaked to better suit modern sensibilities. The remake will also remain authentic in a unique manner by restoring content that was cut from the original release.
What do you think? Are you glad to see so much effort put into the Dead Space remake, or are you simply happy to see a release date for the creepily awaited title? Let us know in the comments below and be sure to follow Don’t Feed the Gamers on Twitter and Facebook to be informed of the latest gaming and entertainment news 24 hours a day!
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