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Dead Space Remake release date set for January 2023

EA Motive’s Dead Space remake already has an official release date. As announced in the most recent Dead Space stream, the game will release on January 27, 2023 for PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X|S.

The publisher had previously announced that Dead Space would be targeting an early 2023 release date, and this announcement places it about as early in the year as games tend to be. Before that, it was expected to release in 2022, with reports circulating just before the release window announcement that EA wanted to give it more time.

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The original Dead Space was created by Visceral Games. It follows an engineer, Isaac Clarke, as he explores an abandoned space station that had been compromised by creatures. The original was praised for its creepy atmosphere and unique combat system, which focused on reusing Isaac’s engineering tools to sever limbs from monsters. Those monsters were largely mutated humans, with some recognizable parts of their humanity alongside their more, shall we say, abominable features. Visceral was closed in 2017.

This new version is being made by EA Motive, who previously worked on the air combat simulator Star Wars: Squadrons. It will be powered by the Frostbite engine and features some modern touches, like more immersive sound design, while striving to stay true to the original vision.

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