- Also Known As
- Dead Space Remake
- Number of Players
- 1 (Single Player)
- Release Date
- 27th Jan 2023, $69.99
- 27th Jan 2023, £69.99
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- Controller Support
- Feature Support
- Official Site
Remakes can be somewhat of a touchy subject nowadays. While many are welcomed with open arms, others can have their very existence called into question. There isn't too much of a middle ground between the two extremes, so EA must have been elated to see Dead Space fans jumping for joy when it announced the 2008 survival horror...
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The PS5 remake of Dead Space was a slam dunk and will likely feature high on many GOTY lists once the silly season rolls around again. In a fun and somewhat meta move, developer Motive Studio has given the original game's iconic lullaby trailer a bit of facelift, remaking it for a new generation. You can check out the original below, which...
Make us whole-notes again Isaac
Dead Space is one of the best horror games of the PS3 era, and we were lucky enough recently to sit down with Trevor Gureckis, the composer of the excellent remake of the 2008 classic. We got to talk about how to make a horror soundtrack stand out alongside much competition, how to make music more emotionally...
Taking the high road
Motive's PS5 Dead Space remake has been out for a week now, and we thought it was pretty darn good. The creator of the original Dead Space, Glen Schofield, thinks so too and has congratulated the development team on their efforts. Replying to a post on LinkedIn (thanks
On par with RE2 and RE3
As anyone who picked up the Dead Space remake on PS5 knows, it really is quite beautiful, despite the nightmarish imagery on display. Some 15 years on from the original game's launch, this new and improved take on one of the most important survival horror games ever made is far more than just a simple reskin. The wizards over...
Update: A new patch for Dead Space’s PS5 remake is now available to download, and it completely eradicates a bug which was previously affecting the release’s visuals. The game now looks and performs as intended, so if you're playing the sci-fi horror, make sure you get the update downloaded and installed. EA is plotting a patch for...
It looks like we may be made whole, after all
The Dead Space remake on PS5 appears to be a slam dunk, earning high critical praise across the board, and we thought it was pretty great, too. Fans, at least according to our polling, are pretty keen on the whole Necromorph thing, it looks like. So it's awesome to hear that EA's Motive Studio is...
Scream for yourself
Dead Space has returned! The beloved sci-fi horror title, which first released on the PS3 over 14 years ago, has been remade on PS5 from the ground up. It's an incredibly faithful revival, retaining the original game's story, tone, and core gameplay — but that's arguably what fans have been pining for all along. We gave the...
A familiar nightmare
The eagerly anticipated and completely remade Dead Space launches today, meaning faithful survival horror stans can relive the nightmare that is the Ishimura all over again. If that wasn't enough for you, EA has confirmed that the title will ship with New Game Plus for all you completionists out there. Little is known about...
Got a funny feeling about this
Dead Space is imminent, with the remastered survival-horror classic launching tomorrow, on 27th January, for players on PS5. Even if you fought through the original 2008 title, there are fresh spooks to look forward to (not to mention some manner of alternate ending) and new ways to experience them. Over on the...
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Infamous outer-space engineer Isaac Clarke is no stranger to crossover games – he was, after all, a DLC addition to Sony’s forgotten mascot fighter, PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale. Somehow, this cameo feels a trifle more significant, however: the character is coming to Fortnite, as part of the...
Isaac Clarke is an everyman engineer on a mission to repair a vast mining ship, the USG Ishimura, only to discover something has gone horribly wrong. The ship's crew has been slaughtered and Isaac’s beloved partner, Nicole, is lost somewhere on board.
Now alone and armed with only his engineering tools and skills, Isaac races to find Nicole as the nightmarish mystery of what happened aboard the Ishimura unravels around him. Trapped with hostile creatures called Necromorphs, Isaac faces a battle for survival, not only against the escalating terrors of the ship but his own crumbling sanity.