EA Motive has revealed that they’ve wrapped up the Dead Space remake development, and the title has gone gold. The game is ready to be sent out for disc production and onto those digital store shelves. Yep, it’s almost in our hands.
The game will be released on January 27th, 2023, for the PS5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC. This will be a next-gen (or is it current-generation) affair and will not be available on the PS4 or Xbox One. Granted, seeing everything that EA Motive has accomplished with this remake, this was the right decision, IMHO.
WE ARE WHOLE AGAIN. The entire Motive team is excited to announce that Dead Space has gone gold! Thanks to all the fans who supported us this far. See you all on January 27th! pic.twitter.com/ifwcgs4Ofe
— Motive (@MotiveStudio) December 15, 2022
What can we expect when the game is released? A new audio system, a new dismemberment system that allows for the flesh to be shot straight off the Necromorph’s bodies, and better visuals. There will also be new story bits, side quests, and areas. Players will even be able to traverse the whole of the US Ishimura and get beat down by the new intensity director. As a massive fan of Dead Space, I am looking forward to this.
I’m super excited about this Dead Space remake, as I’ve been a massive fan of Dead Space since I played the first game on my Xbox 360. I was also quite frustrated that Dead Space 3 ultimately caused the series downfall and pushed the pause button on the franchise.
Dead Space remake will be released for current generation consoles, the PS5, Xbox X|S, and the PC, on January 27th, 2023