Dead Space Remake is set to bring the classic horror franchise back into the spotlight. The franchise has not seen a new entry since 2013, but EA Motive seeks to change this with a faithful remake of the original game, built from the ground up for modern hardware.
With just a few hours left before the worldwide launch, millions of gamers worldwide are looking forward to revisiting or playing the horror classic for the first time. However, those unfamiliar with Dead Space should be prepared since the game appears to be extremely terrifying, even for its own developers.
The Dead Space Remake Technical Director recently stated:
“When I’m playing it at night, I can’t play it with headphones. It’s just too f**** scary.”
The developer noted that the remake captures the terrifying atmosphere of horror games incredibly well. Everything from the visuals to the sound effects is carefully crafted to deliver a refined horror experience.
“Just the amount of realism and, again, atmosphere. Not just visually, right? In the way we handle sound, ambience, effects, having systems that will try to spook you.”
Additionally, the Technical Director also noted that much of this stuff was already possible last generation. But Dead Space Remakes takes things one step further, providing a completely next-generation horror experience.
EA Motive has taken extra care to ensure that the horror classic changes just enough to stay true to the original game while making some improvements. Many were concerned about the changes, but reviews have shown a highly positive reception.
Dead Space Remake is seeing nearly universal praise so far. The game boasts an impressive 89/100 score on Metacritic, with critics praising the remarkable visuals and more.
Horror fans also have games like Resident Evil 4 Remake to look forward to in the coming months. Despite the competition, EA Motive has ensured that Dead Space Remake leads the charge for horror games in 2023, setting an example for the upcoming games to follow.
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