Electronic Arts and EA Motive have revealed the first gameplay trailer for the long-awaited Dead Space remake.
To escalate the hype surrounding the reboot of the beloved survival horror franchise, EA Motive has gone ahead and lifted the veil on the Dead Space remake. Specifically, the gameplay that potential buyers can expect to see when the game drops on January 27, 2023.
So, what's new with the 2023 iteration of Dead Space? Well, besides a major graphical overhaul, EA Motive has also announced that the game will play out as “one sequential shot.” This means, unless you die, the story will play out like a single movie, with no cuts or loading screens.
“From the moment you start the game to the moment you end the game, there are no camera cuts or load screens—unless you die,” senior producer Philippe Ducharme mentioned. “The Ishimura is now fully interconnected, so you can walk from Point A to Point Z, visit the entire ship, and revisit locations you've already completed to pick up things you might have missed—that's all new. It's now a completely unbroken experience.”
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What's New With Ishimura?
EA Motive has also talked about the lighting, stating that the team has devoted a lot of time to completely changing it for modern hardware. And this is just the tip of the iceberg, according to the devs, with plenty more left to announce in the months leading up to the game's January launch.
You can check in with the Dead Space team over on their official social handle here. Pre-orders are currently available for Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 5, and PC. You can access the full release on January 27, 2023.
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