EA will publish this Friday a new livestream dedicated to the remake of Dead Space

EA Motive has announced that this Friday, March 11, it will release a new stream with news on the development of the anticipated Dead Space.

Visceral Games’ remake of the survival horror classic was announced in July last year, and a month later it hit the public in quite a curious (and interesting) way, teaching some details of its development, such as improvements in scenes, movement without severity or disintegration, and damage to systems.

This stream, without embargo, also clarified that the game was still in a very primitive state. That’s why its officials ended up saying they wouldn’t provide more information until 2022, when evaluating “all the ideas, theories and suggestions” fans had shared with them.

EA Motive did not reveal what topics will be covered in this new stream, but the message posted in Twitter leave traces, one of which could be sound.

Dead Space, a game of terror and surveillance in space, was inspired by films of the genre such as Final Horizonte, Alien or La Cosa. We find there in the skin of Isaac Clarke, an engineer who was seen trapped in a mining ship, the USG Ishimura, invaded by so-called necromorphic monsters. The remake, which still has no release date, will come with versions for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S and PC.

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