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Dead Space Remake on PC Comes With Free Copy of Dead Space 2

The anticipated Dead Space Remake is set to launch on 27 January and those on PC are in for a treat. If you pre-order the Dead Space Remake on Steam, you’ll also get Dead Space 2 as a freebie game. Sadly, the offer is only available on PC due to the lack of Dead Space 2 on current consoles.

EA isn’t talking about Dead Space 3 though. By the look of things, the company is pretending it doesn’t exist. The game was the least successful of the batch so it makes sense as to why.

We also don’t know whether or not EA has plans to remake the second and third games yet. However, with the first Dead Space Remake on the horizon, it might be considered if the game does well.

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Keep in mind that the Dead Space 2 bundle isn’t available anywhere but on Steam. Even though Dead Space Remake is released through the Epic Games Store, the bundle offer isn’t included in that marketplace.

Dead Space Remake is a direct remake of the original 2008 game. It has been built using Frostbite Engine for PS5, Xbox Series X/S and PC. The game aims to deliver new-generation visuals thanks to the engine’s power. The Dead Space Remake is a faithful rendition of the original game but EA has added a few new features. For example, the protagonist Issac Clarke now has voice lines. Other quality-of-life features include no in-game purchases, overhauled menus and accessibility settings.

You can pre-order the Dead Space Remake on Steam here and get Dead Space 2 at the same time.

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  • Chris 8 February 2023

    This article is incorrect — the new Dead Space Remake was developed on Frostbite Engine, not Unreal Engine 5…

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