Dead Space remake promises a “very early look” in developer livestream this evening

Dead Space remake promises a “very early look” in developer livestream this evening
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EA Motive has promised fans the first look at the upcoming Dead Space remake in a developer livestream scheduled for later this evening.

As per Twitter, the stream is said to include a “very early look at the development” of the game. According to Gematsu, that will include an early prototype development build of the survival horror title. Present for the stream will be senior producer Philippe Ducharme and creative director Roman Campos-Oriola.

Joining them both will be members of a group known as the Dead Space Community Council. These are, apparently, a group featuring “some of the franchise’s biggest fans” who the development team have consulted with during production. The stream itself will go down on EA Motive’s Twitch channel. It’ll kick off at 10am PT, about 6pm UK time.

It’ll be the first we’ve seen of the remake since it was announced in late July.  We’ve been promised a game “rebuilt from the ground up” in the Frostbite engine. Pitched as a love letter to the franchise, we can expect an “improved story, characters and gameplay” too. It may even contain a little bit of cut content from the original too.

Hopefully we’ll get a better idea just how the Dead Space remake is shaping up in the developer livestream later this evening. The project doesn’t have a release date yet, but is in development for Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 5 and PC.