Dead Space: will a new game in the series be announced at EA Play?

Dead Space: will a new game in the series be announced at EA Play?

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Dead Space could be close to its return to the scene, with a possible announcement of a new chapter during the EA Play Live, which will be held digitally on July 22, 2021 with a video streaming.

To say the truth is there is no certainty that it is a new Dead Space, but the usual VentureBeat reporter and insider Jeff Grubb hinted that there is a big, rather exciting announcement coming from EA Motive to EA Play Live this year, something that has already been mentioned previously and that would seem to relate to the horror series in question.

There is practically no mention of Dead Space, but Grubb refers to an intellectual property of Electronic Arts on which Motive has been working on for some time, something capable of making "fans happy" and has already denied some titles like Mirror's Edge but without denying the possibility that it could be Dead Space.

The question has obviously sparked the rumor of corridor on the possib ile return to the scenes of the sci-fi horror series, expected by a good amount of players after the closure of Visceral which has practically decreed the end of Dead Space with the third chapter.

Grubb has also referred to clues left also by other insiders such as Shinobi602 on ResetEra and Jez Corden of Windows Central, who had previously talked about a possible return of Dead Space. In the meantime, in search of sci-fi atmospheres with references to cosmic horror we can only look elsewhere in anticipation of any confirmations, such as The Callisto Protocol and Quantum Error, even if they really have everything to prove.

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Dead Space: Talented Cosplayer Becomes Isaac Complete With Animated Health Bar

Amazing fan-made Dead Space Isaac cosplay complete with all the fixings.

Dead Space, which launched all the way back in 2008, has been deemed one of the scariest games ever to release. Many players couldn’t even get through the game due to the heart-pounding jump scares frequented throughout the title, especially so when you walked down those dark corridors with monsters popping out of vents.

The Callisto Protocol – Cinematic Trailer Reveal



The Callisto Protocol – Cinematic Trailer Reveal





12 years on from its release and players still talk about the traumatic moments they’ve experienced with creator Glen Schofield‘s survival horror but even so, the idea of the cult classic making a return, in some form, has caused a wave of excitement through the gaming world.

For those of you who crave some Dead Space nostalgia, you will be familiar with Isaac Clarke, former ship systems engineer who worked for the Concordance Extraction Corporation and was the playable protagonist of the Dead Space franchise.

One Reddit user has created an Isaac Dead Space costume that’s so intricate and creative, that fans of the series will adore this talented cosplayers efforts.

Johnny, an artist and cosplayer from Atlanta Georgia, has designed his very own Dead Space cosplay that comes with a half-moon Stasis Module Energy indicator and a Health Management bar that runs up its spine. The spine even lights up with the amount of health that Isaac has left.

The cosplay has also been shared on Reddit that has seen the incredible costume receive 22k upvotes at this time of writing. If you’d like to see the Dead Space cosplay in action, check out the video below.

Ian Milham, art director on Dead Space, took to Twitter to share the cosplay and stated how it was the best he’s ever seen.

While we wait to see if Dead Space will actually make a comeback, a studio headed by Dead Space creator Glen Schofield will be releasing a new title called The Callisto Protocol at some stage next year where we can see the game carrying on the sci-fi horror torch from the classic franchise.

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Rachael, who is Deputy Editor, has been gaming for many years. Some of her favourite video games include The Witcher 3 and The Last of Us but also loves a good indie title. Gaming Culture is where her heart lies and spends many hours sieving through gaming fan art and cosplay displays. Other than gaming, Rachael is a book nerd and music lover.

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