Dead Space Remake Official Gameplay Trailer

Dead Space Remake Official Gameplay Trailer Revealed

EA and developer Motive have revealed the first official gameplay trailer for the upcoming Dead Space remake. Thanks to the new look, we can see the massive visual enhancements and changes to gameplay, as well as how Motive managed to expand the scope of the original game’s levels, zero gravity segments and dark corridors with nightmares lurking around every corner.

Dead Space is a remake of Visceral Games’ iconic 2008 survival horror title of the same name. Taking place aboard the mining facility USG Ishimura, players assume the role of Isaac Clarke, a former ship systems engineer who becomes entangled in a terrifying ordeal when the ship is overtaken by the ferocious Necromorphs.

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EA and developer Motive provide a description of Dead Space in the latest gameplay trailer:

“Something has gone horribly wrong on board the mining ship, USG Ishimura. Get your first look at Dead Space gameplay. See how you’ll explore the eerie, echoing corridors and workspaces within the USG Ishimura and survive the nightmarish horrors that await you. The sci-fi survival horror classic Dead Space returns, completely rebuilt from the ground up to offer a deeper and more immersive experience. This remake brings jaw-dropping visual fidelity and suspenseful atmospheric audio, as well as new gameplay content and improvements while staying faithful to the original game’s thrilling vision.”

In related news, Motive has stated that the Dead Space remake won’t have any loading screens and will feature “one sequential shot” similar to 2018’s God of War, which didn’t have any cuts unless players died. As for the remake’s faithfulness to the original, it will include some changes but mainly to improve and enhance the horror of the original title. These include more intense bodily dismemberment for Necromorphs and denser lighting for environments.

Dead Space launches on 27 January 2023 for PS5, Xbox Series X/S and PC. Check out the latest gameplay trailer below.

Source: EA

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