The creators of the Dead Space remake have left in-game hints that indicate Electronic Arts plans to continue developing the franchise. As it turns out, the developers behind EA Motive really don’t want to limit themselves to just one part, as explained in an interview with the publication GQ said the project managers.
Remake producer Philippe Ducharme and creative director Roman Campos-Oriola expressed interest in continuing work on the franchise.
“Of course we hope so. – DuCharme answers the question of whether the studio plans to continue with the series, the Electronic Arts “Abandoned literally for ten years”. — I personally would like to continue working on Dead Space and Roman, judging by his big smile. There are definitely ideas.”
However, the intentions of the creators do not guarantee that the series will continue – the efforts of EA Motive or any other studio. As always, the main condition for the release of a new game is the approval of the publisher, who makes decisions depending on financial performance.
“This is our last week of work before the holidays – we’ll make sure everything goes smoothly at release and we’ll try to resolve any technical issues. said Ducharme. —After the break, we will talk to Electronic Arts about the future.”
References to the Dead Space 2 setting and a new alternate ending for the remake that takes into account the events of the sequel suggest the team will be working on a modern take on the second installment. However, a whole new franchise game could turn out to be a new project.
redo this week receive With the first patch, the Variable Rate Shading (VRS) option was disabled, which in some cases causes texture rendering issues when using NVIDIA DLSS 2.0 or AMD FSR 2.0. update already available on PC and PlayStation 5 and coming soon to Xbox Series X and S.
Dead Space Remake was released on PC on January 27th (steam, Epic game store, EA app), PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X and S. Critics and regular users gave the game a high rating: the average media score for metacritical – 87-90/100, Steam rating – 90% (more than 10,000 ratings in total).
In terms of early UK physical sales, the remake was surpassed by the unsuccessful The Callisto Protocol due to several factors. At the same time the reinterpretation of Dead Space preferred by the number of concurrent users on Steam.