Dead Space: all about the cult horror video game

Dead Space: all about the cult horror video game

Game news Dead Space: all about the cult horror video game

In 2023, Motive Studio will revive a cult saga from the world of horror video games. If you want to know the Dead Space trilogy in depth before playing it again, this dedicated JV Facts will teach you all the secrets you need to know.

Summary

  • Three big games and then it’s gone…
  • We take the same and start again

Three big games and then it’s gone…

Dead Space is three main games. The aptly named episodes 1, 2 and 3 were all released between 2008 and 2013. In the space of 5 years, the saga has visibly said all it had to say. Even if a fourth opus was planned for a while, Electronic Arts let games die their beautiful deaths. In parallel, other titles were also released. Lesser known, the Ignition and Extraction games were developed by Visceral Games and released in 2010 and 2009 respectively. It was between the first and the second major title in the series. In 2011, a mobile game was also released. Developed by IronMonkey Studios, it could be played on IOS, Android and even BlackBerry (sorry for being old).

Dead Space: all about the cult horror video game

We take the same and start again

15 years after its initial release, a remake of the first game sees the light of day. Its release is scheduled for January 27, 2023 on PC, PS5 and Xbox Series. Since 2013, no licensed game has been released. Originally, it was Visceral Games that developed the Dead Space games. In addition, alongside the very first game, they are also developing DLC ​​for The Sims. With this, the expression “Two rooms, two atmospheres” takes on its full meaning. In 2017, the studio closed following Disney’s takeover of LucasFilm. In effect, EA wanted to concentrate its forces on the creation of new Star Wars games after a deal with the firm with the big ears. A strategy that paid off, since Motive Studio, behind the remake, cut its teeth by working on Stars Wars Battlefront II. Subsequently, they will develop the space combat game Star Wars: Squadrons on their own.


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