Dead Space Remake Launch Trailer

The Dead Space remake is just a few short weeks away from release. And fans of the franchise should be eager to see how Motive has improved on the original game. Luckily, the Dead Space remake’s launch trailer gives us a glimpse of what to expect. There are certainly plenty of differences, but you can definitely tell that it’s still Dead Space at its core.

One of the most obvious differences in the Dead Space remake is the improved visuals. The character models and USG Ishimura both look incredible at first glance. But Motive seems to have done a good job at keeping these areas and characters recognizable. The trailer also shows bits from the iconic introduction, which still seems to be as shocking as it was in 2008. Plus there are plenty of callbacks to scares from the original game that look to be making a gruesome return.

But there are definitely obvious changes that can be seen here as well. For example, the trailer proudly shows off Isaac Clarke’s face. That was something the original game kept hidden until the very end. Of course, since Dead Space 2 and 3 constantly showed his face, it’s not much of a secret anymore. And the launch trailer for the Dead Space remake doesn’t hide that fact. Isaac was also a mostly silent character in the original Dead Space. However, we can expect to hear him speak a fair bit more in the remake. The game’s zero-G sections also look to follow the ones found in its sequels. In the original Dead Space, Isaac would have to awkwardly leap to various points. But now you’ll be able to freely move around in these environments.

Dead Space Remake Launch Trailer Screenshot

Image via Electronic Arts

The Dead Space remake launches soon

There are roughly 15 days left to go until the launch of the Dead Space remake. And for some people that’s bound to be an agonizing wait. Still, there’s not much longer to go now. If you haven’t pre-ordered the game on Steam, there’s a good deal that might persuade you. Pre-orders of the Dead Space remake will net you a free Steam copy of Dead Space 2. So, if this is your first time playing the series, that might be a good way to find out what happens next in the story.

Sam Robins
Sam spends most of his time delving into JRPGs and horror games. When he isn't obsessing over the intricacies of Kingdom Hearts he's diving headfirst into the world of tech. Keeping an eye out for the next big purchase that's sure to upset his wallet.

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