Humanity Ends in Launch Trailer for Dead Space Remake


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The Callisto Protocol may not have been the Dead Space sequel that fans were hoping for, but EA Motive has decided to bring back the actual Dead Space property with a polished, new remake. The game is set to launch later this month, and we have a new launch trailer showcases all the changes and upgrades from the original 2008 Dead Space.

Humanity Ends in Launch Trailer for Dead Space Remake

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With Dead Space being a whole generation behind the current-gen, you can bet there were a lot of improvements that were made to the title, from atmospheric improvements to overall gameplay.

Though the first game was its own linear narrative, Motive has actually built a fully explorable USG Ishimura that is all connected into one giant ship, and it’s said you can actually backtrack through all of the maps as you progress throughout the story.

We don’t know if they’ll eventually introduce story changes, but after the mid reception of the third game, I think Motive has a chance to end Isaac Clarke’s story in a more satisfying way.

Here’s the official description for the game:

Prepare to unravel a thrilling mystery in the darkest depths of space.

When Isaac Clarke and the USG Kellion were dispatched to repair the USG Ishimura mining vessel, they had no idea how quickly a routine mission could turn into a complete nightmare. What did the Ishimura crew discover in the darkness? What happened to them? And what does this mean for the future of mankind itself?

Dead Space officially launches for PC, PlayStation, and Xbox.

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