Dead Space remake schedules new developer livestream this Friday

Dead Space remake schedules new developer livestream this Friday
Ben Borthwick Updated on by

EA Motive’s announced it’s giving fans a new look at the upcoming Dead Space remake via livestream later this week.

The news was revealed via the game’s official Twitter account. While understandably details as to exactly what will be shown are kept vague, a teaser encourages fans to listen closely. Speculation goes then that the team will be giving us an insight into the remake’s sound design. But we don’t have too long to wait to find out with the broadcast set for 6pm UK time on Friday, March 11.

The Dead Space remake was first announced and unveiled last July. A current-gen and PC exclusive, EA promise to take the 2008 survival horror classic and bring it bang up to date. Moreover, they’ve said they plan to add new features, including potentially cut content and much more.

Previously, EA Motive offered fans their first insight into the remake’s development back in September. During that livestream, the developer showcased their new flesh peeling system. More than just a gory aesthetic touch, the system will actually affect gameplay too. Players will be encouraged to strip away flesh to make limbs and weak points easier to slice.

We’ll embed the livestream video underneath the tweet below, so make sure to come back at 6pm UK time on Friday to catch the Dead Space remake livestream. The game hasn’t been dated yet, but is set for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S & PC when it’s ready.