The Dead Space remake will soon be gracing screens – and terrifying players – worldwide. The story starring the heroic Isaac Clarke and the unsettling Necromorphs has largely been anticipated by the community due to the critical acclaim that the original titles received.
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EA has also announced that the game will be releasing on different platforms, which means multiple player bases will be able to experience the horror all over again. But the question that a lot of users have, especially those on Xbox, is this: Is the Dead Space Remake coming to Xbox Game Pass?
Here’s all that we know about its availability on Microsoft’s subscription service.
IS Dead Space Remake on Game Pass?
Unfortunately, EA’s Dead Space remake will not be part of Xbox Game Pass on release day. It will also not be available on both PC and Ultimate Game Pass so those subscribed to Microsoft’s popular video game service will have to purchase the title itself in order to play it.
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Much like any other AAA title, however, its initial exclusion doesn’t necessarily mean that it won’t be added at some point in the future. The only problem is you may have to wait a long time before it’s eventually introduced to the service.
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However, if you do want to play the the game through a similar service, you can try subscribing to EA Play Pro instead. The well-known video game publisher typically adds all of their newly released titles to their highest subscription tier, which means you’ll be able to play it on day one. Keep in mind, though, that this option is much more expensive than the base service as EA Play Pro costs $14.99/month or $99.99/year depending on where you’re from.
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