EA Teases Dead Space Remake ‘Early Look’ in Livestream

EA Teases Dead Space Remake ‘Early Look’ in Livestream

Electronic Arts have teased they will be revealing an ‘early look’ of the Dead Space remake during the next livestream.

EA Teases Dead Space Remake ‘Early Look’ in Livestream

Electronic Arts and developer Motive Studio will be giving Dead Space fans a “very early look” on Tuesday about the development of the game. The sneak peak will be livestreamed on the Motive’s Twitch channel on August 31st at 1 PM EDT/10 AM PDT.

As to how much and what we’ll see during the stream, a “very early look at the development” doesn’t give too much away. EA and Motive have not confirmed whether it will be a trailer or gameplay. So far there has been no release date of the Dead Space remake either.

Previously EA and Motive announced the Dead Space remake in July which promises a built-from-the-ground-up, but will stay faithful to the 2008 original. The remake will involve all-new assets, new character models and environments.

The Dead Space series has three main games launched between 2008 and 2013. The franchise also gained a few spin-offs including the puzzle-action game Dead Space Ignition and the rail shooter Dead Space Extractions. The main entries of the series are based on the 26th century featuring Isaac Clarke who fights undead beings known as Necromorphs.


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One comment on “EA Teases Dead Space Remake ‘Early Look’ in Livestream”


  1. GameSage says:

    Granted it’s a based on a game that still holds up incredibly well but this remake is shaping up to be a spectacular technical showing. In particular, the focus on precision limb detachment, skin erosion and just general biological decay are what is going to make it truly stand apart as its own game.

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