Dead Space: Remake development reaches gold stage

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In space, no one can hear you swimming in gold: remake of Isaac Clarke’s first (mis)adventure, Dead Space, goes gold

We certainly can’t blame Geoff Keighley if there was “a lot of space tonight” in one of his last shows: the game from which the cosmic horror videogame vein started, Dead Spaceis about to receive a remake and the latter touched the fase gold. Contributing to an increasingly well-heeled 2023 wreaking havoc on our bank account, the game prepares to kick off the new year with a bang. The development team took the good news on Twitter, and in case any of you don’t remember what the golden metaphor means, all that’s left to the game is shipping.

More gold than a Mango song: the gold phase of the Dead Space remake

Below you can find the tweet of Motive Studio about the gold phase of the remake of Dead Space. The basic development of the game is concluded, and the code is left to end up on the discs (and, not before as it should be, on the various marketplaces). Naturally the developers will not rest on their laurels, instead hunting down the various bugs of the case for a possible day one patch. The game stands as a new visit to the world of the beloved 2008 classic, but not without improvements. The side quests I’m just the tip of the iceberg, as the protagonist Isaac Clarke it will be this time dubbed.

This reconstruction also proposes, as in the last two God of War, a sequence shot (also called “oner” in directorial jargon, ed) uninterrupted. Clearly the graphics engine is not everything, since there are also pleasant innovations on the gameplay front. Beyond the various improvements to zero gravity controlsla USG Ishimura it will not present uploads. In addition to tinkering with weapons, however, the development team indulged in depicting violence with the newborn “peeling system”. Since the term can be translated as “peeling system”, we can only guess what awaits us. The game will also know interpret situations, making the necessary adjustments where the surprise effect risks fading. The game awaits us on PS5, Xbox Series X / S and PC il January 27th.

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