Even though no one can hear you scream in space, some Dead Space fans may have let out Necromorph-like shrieks of delight at the news of a reboot. With the exclusive use of the Frostbite game engine, Dead Space is being remade from the ground up for next-gen consoles. Increased immersion, chilling dread, and other upgrades from 2008 original are in store for players.
According to E.A., the next Dead Space will feature an enhanced story, cast of characters, and gameplay elements. In an ongoing series of developer deep-dives, the most recent focus was on the game’s immersive landscapes and art, so we’re already getting a taste of what we might expect.
So, after an eternity, Dead Space has returned, and we can only pray that it hasn’t lost any of the terror that made us all shake in our space boots back in 2008. Developer E.A. Motive announced its release date in May, so a new tease is due. Although the development team has said that we should expect more important disclosures in October, it is possible that we could see another teaser trailer or gameplay demo before then.
Not until Gamescom 2022 did E.A. skip the event and the Dead Space remake wasn’t featured in the Gamescom Opening Night Live stream.
Still, stay close to the airlock because we’re about to go through everything we know about the new Dead Space.
Dead Space Remake Release Date
A new version of Dead Space will be released on January 27, 2023, for the PlayStation 5, Xbox One X, Xbox One S, and PC.
— Dead Space (@deadspace) May 12, 2022
Development is “progressing quite well,” according to developer E.A. Motive, who confirmed the release date during a May 2022 developer Livestream. The next upgrade, they said, will come in October 2022, only a few months before the game’s release.
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Dead Space Remake Trailer And Videos
All the most recent trailers for the Dead Space remake have been collected for your viewing pleasure. To get reacquainted with the universe of Dead Space, we’ll add additional previews of the upcoming survival horror game below, so settle in, dim the lights, and enjoy.
Crafting The Tension, Art Developer Livestream
The E.A. Motive art team provided a glimpse at the game’s immersive surroundings, characters, and visual effects in a development deep-dive from May 2022. They also confirmed the release date of January 27, 2023, with a further look at the game anticipated for October 2022.
Weapon Sound Effects Comparison Development Video (Audio Deep-Dive Part 3)
Technical Audio Artist Mike Dominiuk goes over the sound design for the game’s weapons, including some recent changes to the Plasma Cutter and Pulse Rifle, in this development video. The video’s description states, “The goal is to bring the audio quality of the classic weapons you know and love from the first Dead Space game up to a modern level.” Read on to find out more:
Audio Occlusion development video (Audio Deep-Dive Part 2)
Second, in E.A. Motive’s Audio Deep-Dive series, this video delves into the technical enhancements made to Dead Space’s occlusion and obstruction audio effects. “This system’s goal is to offer players a really unique audio experience by emulating the sensation of true audio projection,” the description adds. Read on to find out more:
The A.L.I.V.E. System Development Video (Audio Deep-Dive Part 1)
Senior V.O. Designer Terry Calico talks about the A.L.I.V.E. System in the Dead Space remake, which regulates Isaac’s heart rate, respiration, and speaking in the first episode of Motive’s Audio Deep-Dive video series. Read on to find out more:
The Sound of Fear Reimagined Development Video
Deep diving developers in March 2022 discussed the A.L.I.V.E. System, audio occlusion, and weapon sounds as they relate to the team’s work upgrading the audio design for the Dead Space remake.
Early development prototype Livestream
In this August 2021 video, creators Philippe Ducharme and Roman Campos-Oriola and community contributors Kahlief Adams and Jackie Butler give an early peek at the making of the Dead Space reboot. Read on to find out more:
Dead Space Remake Official Teaser Trailer
At E.A. Play Live 2021, we saw the first trailer for the upcoming Dead Space reboot. If you’re interested, see for yourself down below.
Dead Space Remake Gameplay
The developers of the new Dead Space tried to recapture the series’ signature brand of tight and unsettling third-person horror gameplay. Constricted passageways in space stations may conceal a wide variety of Necromorphs. Thankfully, after removing their skin, the only way to stop these muscle-bound monsters is to amputate their limbs with the Plasma Cutter. These aggressive monsters can be kept at bay with the help of additional weapons.
Isaac uses the natural world as another weapon. Explosive canisters, airlocks, and other rudimentary measures of reversing the tide against invading hostile animals have always been welcomed in the Dead Space franchise. Especially given the constant scarcity of ammunition. Don’t leave your dead opponents lying around; you don’t want them returning to haunt you.
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If you haven’t played Dead Space before, the premise is that humanity has depleted Earth’s natural resources and must therefore look to other planets and stars for raw materials. Researchers have uncovered the Marker, an alien artefact with the potential to end Earth’s ecological catastrophe by providing an endless supply of energy. Despite your best efforts, you will inevitably find yourself fending against hostile aliens in the depths of space.
Isaac boards the U.S.G. Ishimura in Dead Space and makes a horrifying discovery while inside. Isaac’s girlfriend Nicole is still on board the spacecraft, although an extraterrestrial pest has killed the whole crew. With his sanity on the line, Isaac must rely on his engineering expertise to determine what happened aboard the U.S.G. Ishimura.
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Jessa Martin is the author of Nogmagazine, A professional in writing by day, and novelist by night, she received her bachelor of arts in film from Howard University and her master of arts in media studies from the New School. A Brooklyn native, she is a lover of naps, cookie dough, and beaches, currently residing in the borough she loves, most likely multitasking.