Dead Space Remake
The first official gameplay for the Dead Space Remake is here so we can see how different this Dead Space will look
The teasing is finally over and we can finally see how the Dead Space Remake is truly going to play. There have been some bits here and there from Motive Studios to show how they are rebuilding the full game once again, but none of that was truly the final slice we should expect to have. Now, we get to see the new version of Dead Space that will be hitting the PS5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC on January 27th, 2023. Most of which looks and feels like sections we have had before in the original title, for those trying to not see any spoilers, but do not let that make it feel like it is just a remaster over a remake. There is definitely more in here that we did not get the first time around for this bit of horror.
It is crazy to think about here for this remake as my memory holds the original Dead Space looking and feeling just as we can see below. At least graphically. It is hard to believe that the lighting, fog, blood, and gore have been kicked up even more to give us that visceral feeling that we had so long ago. Not only that, but it looks like there is going to be a bit more in the way of zero-gravity and monster fights too. At least I do not actively remember some of the scenes we have here for the Dead Space Remake but I know I am fully ready for all of this. I need to get ready to don that helmet once more and see how humanity is going to end once more out there in the dark of space.
Dead Space Remake — Gameplay
Something has gone horribly wrong on board the mining ship, USG Ishimura.
Get your first look at Dead Space gameplay. See how you’ll explore the eerie, echoing corridors and workspaces within the USG Ishimura and survive the nightmarish horrors that await you.
The sci-fi survival horror classic Dead Space returns, completely rebuilt from the ground up to offer a deeper and more immersive experience. This remake brings jaw-dropping visual fidelity and suspenseful atmospheric audio, as well as new gameplay content and improvements while staying faithful to the original game’s thrilling vision.
Prepare to uncover the mystery aboard the USG Ishimura when Dead Space launches on January 27, 2023.
Does this all look like what you remember from the original Dead Space title or is that just the memory playing tricks on us all too? How many new scenes will we get to experience in the game or will it be closer to a one-to-one remake as other titles have done? Could this all be done in the same way as other remakes and be a different timeline of things but all in the same line of games? Let us all know down in the comments what you are thinking about all of this and then feel free to discuss it all as you so wish. When we have more for the Dead Space Remake, know that we will share it all here. Just be sure to keep checking in for all of that and much, much more.