Electronic Arts and developer Motive Studio will give Dead Space followers a “very early look” at the event of the sci-fi horror recreation’s remake on Tuesday. That sneak peek shall be streamed on Motive’s Twitch channel on Aug. 31 at 1 p.m. EDT/10 a.m. PDT.
Given the language used in EA’s tweet — a “very early look at the development” — it’s unclear simply how a lot we’ll see of the brand new Dead Space itself. EA and Motive didn’t promise a trailer or gameplay, so set your expectations accordingly. (EA hasn’t even introduced a launch window for the brand new Dead Space but.)
Still, primarily based on how little we’ve seen thus far and the way thrilling the prospect of a brand new Dead Space is, it’s most likely value tuning in for, even when we solely get some idea artwork or high-level dialogue about Motive’s design intentions for the remake.
EA and Motive introduced their Dead Space remake in July, promising a built-from-the-ground-up recreation that’s devoted to the 2008 unique whereas that includes all-new assets, new character models, and new environments.
The Dead Space collection consisted of three essential video games, launched between 2008 and 2013, and a pair of spinoffs: puzzle-action recreation Dead Space Ignition, and rail shooter Dead Space Extraction. The essential video games had been set in the 26th century and starred Isaac Clarke, who battled undead beings generally known as Necromorphs, which, in contrast to conventional zombielike enemies, typically needed to be dispatched by slicing off their limbs.
One of the co-creators of the Dead Space collection, Glen Schofield, is engaged on a non secular successor to the video games referred to as The Callisto Protocol together with his studio Striking Distance. A sci-fi horror recreation set in the broader PUBG Battlegrounds universe, The Callisto Protocol is slated for launch someday in 2022.