The rumour was in the air for a while, but now it’s confirmed that the long-neglected Dead Space franchise is making its comeback

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The history of this game was extremely glorious. visceral Games’ horror classic game Dead Space was first developed by Visceral Games, debuted in 2008. A better and upgraded version then came out in 2011. The new two game’s versions were ahead of their time. It is becoming a fan’s favourite. The third gaming part was released in 2013. In 2017, four years after the third part came out, EA shut down the series, but now the news of its release has created a buzz in the player world.

The Electronic Arts’ Motive studio will remake the original Dead Space, the publisher announced during EA PLAY LIVE. The new game will come to PlayStation 5, Windows PC, and Xbox Series X, though a release window has yet to be set. They are working with the original series’ fans for capturing the feel of the original. The original was launched 13 years ago for holding up with nowadays expectations.

This sci-fi survival horror classic Dead Space returns will completely be reconstructed from the scratches of the older version by Montreal, Canadian-based Motive Studios. Users going to experience “an improved and more divine story, characters, gameplay mechanics and more as they fight to survive a living nightmare aboard the desolate mining starship, the USG Ishimura, all whilst unfolding the alarming mystery of what happened to the slaughtered crew and ship,” EA said in a news release.


Now the game is in its final development process. EA launched the new trailer. This trailer does not expose many details about the gameplay.

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