Dead Space, that's when we will have new information on the remake

Dead Space, that's when we will have new information on the remake

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Despite the Dead Space remake being among the most popular announcements of this E3 2021, and of the entire year in general, Electronic Arts and EA Motive have given bad news to those who can't wait to find out more information about the title . In fact, after the recent gameplay video of an old build, the developer explained in an update on Reddit that it will return to show the game during the next year, to highlight the changes made based on user feedback.

On Reddit EA Motive stated that “we will now work head-on on the game, taking some time to review all the thoughts, theories and tips that all of you have shared with us. We can't wait to show you how you helped shape the game next year, when we are in new stages of development. " Although the news may displease some fans, the software house has also shared a short clip showing the progress of the work.

As we can see, in fact, a team member is working on making the walls of the 'Ishimura, showing that they are listening to player feedback: in a recent livestream, in fact, a user had pointed out that the space station seemed "too clean", and now EA Motive is working to solve this detail. On Reddit they explain that “it's important for us to take a first look at what we've been working on so you can tell us what you think. We will continue to hear your feedback and what your expectations are for the Dead Space remake. ”

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For the moment, we know very well that the Dead Space remake will still take years before it can be launched on the market, and EA Motive explained just that: “all we have shown is a work-in -progress, which means we will work on things like Isaac's suit, the aesthetics and the atmosphere of the Ishimura ”. The goal, in fact, is precisely to remain "faithful to the source" while trying to "improve many different elements". We remind you that the remake of Dead Space will be released on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X | S and PC.

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Dead Space remake probably won't have anything new to show us until next year

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EA Motive – the team behind the upcoming remake of sci-fi horror, Dead Space – is getting its collective 'heads down' to review all the 'thoughts, theories, and suggestions' players have submitted since the highly-rumored remake was announced a few weeks back, but likely won't have anything else to show us until 'next year'.

'We’ve really enjoyed seeing and hearing all of your feedback and reactions,' Motive told fans on Reddit (thanks, Eurogamer). 'It was important to us to give you an early look at what we’ve been working on so you could tell us your thoughts. We’ll continue reading your feedback and what your expectations are for the remake of Dead Space.'

Everything we showed was a work in progress which means that we’ll be working on things like Isaac’s suit, the aesthetic and ambiance of the Ishimura. We’re doing work to ensure it has the right level of wear and tear. For example, here is an early work in progress clip showing some of the ways that the team is going to be giving that worn look to the Ishimura.'

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As a sweetener to confirmation that we won't see any more updates from the team until next year, the poster included a brief but fascinating glimpse into how the team is looking to ensure the remake matches the original.

'We’re going to be heads down now working on the game, taking some time to review all the thoughts, theories, and suggestions you’ve all shared with us,' the post concluded. 'We look forward to showing you how you’ve helped shape the game next year when we’re further in development!'

If you missed the big reveal show at the end of August, we discovered that EA Motive has created new, uh, 'peeling' tech for us when we carve up necromorphs in the upcoming The Dead Space remake. Developers Philippe Ducharme and Roman Campos-Oriola took delight in explaining how the new feature will see Isaac peels back the flesh of the necromorphs layer by layer. Ew.

We also recently discovered that although the original Dead Space game featured a mute Isaac Clarke, the remake will add voice acting that will once again be performed by Gunner Wright, who has portrayed our monosyllabic hero before. 

'One of the rules that we have is that Isaac is only going to talk when he's being talked to,' Campos-Oriola told us at the time, or 'in a situation where it would feel weird if he remained silent'.

We also know that the Dead Space remake won't feature any loading screens, a feature that's actually returning from Visceral's Dead Space 2.

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