Dead Space gameplay trailer shows the eerie, dangerous corridors within the USG Ishimura

EA and Motive have provided full game details for Empty roomthe remake of the sci-fi survival horror classic accompanied by the first-ever gameplay trailer.

While staying true to the original game’s vision, Motive has rebuilt the game from the ground up in the Frostbite game engine. This time, players will find that there is more to learn aboard the USG Ishimura as they relive the story with newly added narrative elements.

Dead Space gameplay trailer

Alongside the new narrative elements, Dead Space will also feature gameplay improvements, including the peeling system. With this, Necromorphs have been reconstructed and will feature layered flesh, sinew and bone that will break, tear and shatter.

There’s the new Intensity Director, which dynamically adjusts what comes up in Isaac’s path. This includes Necromorph spawns, how players attack them, and environmental effects such as lights, smoke, particles, and sounds are also noted. Isaac’s heartbeat, breathing, and exertion also adjust to his stress level to give players direct feedback on his mental, emotional, and physical state.

Originally a silent protagonist, this time players will hear more of Isaac through new narrative additions voiced by Gunner Wright, the original voice of Isaac in Dead Space 2 and Dead Space 3.

Players will also enjoy the fact that the game will not feature a single loading screen or camera cut, allowing them to explore the restored ship and its new rooms, routes, and obstacles.

Dead Space will be released on January 27th for PC, PS5 and Xbox Series X/S. Dead Space gameplay trailer shows the eerie, dangerous corridors within the USG Ishimura


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