We haven’t heard much about the Dead Space remake in a while. Back in August, we saw that the game was far from finished, but that it was usable and could be compared to Glen Schofield’s original work. The Dead Space Remake, on the other hand, is out of his control because his firm is working on The Callisto Protocol, the spiritual successor. EA Motive is in charge of this remake.
Since the announcement and the last live stream, the one question asked was when we’d see the game. It has been a source of rumor. Jeff Grubb even posted to VentureBeat in August that the game could potentially launch later this year. But this week, he then stated EA were aiming for early next year. And today EA Motive spoke of a release window in the recent live-stream.
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Philippe Ducharme, the senior producer for EA Motive confirmed the game is in the pre-alpha stage of development. We also heard that it will be possible for the developers to do the first complete walkthrough in a couple of weeks.
He also stated on the stream that the remake will be released early next year. So that backs up Jeff Grubb’s amended thinking. They do have a more precise date in mind, but they do not believe they are at a level where they can disclose it. So, how do you interpret this news? Is this one you’re looking forward to? And how does it compare to Glen Schofield’s The Callisto Protocol? Which would be ironic given that he is the creator of the original Dead Space. We also hope to have more definite details soon, but EA will no doubt want to get this launch right considering the problems with Battlefield 2042’s launch.