Potential Dead Space 3 Remake Would Have Significant Changes, Says Writer

The writer of Dead Space 3, Chuck Beaver, recently said in a conversation with YouTuber CaptainBribo that in a potential remake of the title, he would embrace significant changes.

In particular, while certain parts of the overarching story and lore would remain intact, a distraught, mentally scarred Isaac would take precedence. The cause of such a shift would be due to the conclusion of Dead Space 2.

A dark Isaac of sorts would even join the fray, battling and prevailing over the original Isaac, resulting in a potential setup for what the fourth Dead Space entry would bring to the table. However, none of this came to pass since Dead Space 3 endured severe development complications due to executives’ desire for multiplayer content.

Thanks to IGN for sharing this news.

Dead Space Remake is available on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC.

In case you missed it, check out our review.

The game was developed by the Frostbite game engine and was marketed as staying faithful to the original title with enhanced audio, visuals, and gameplay. In addition, a considerable degree of immersion was continually emphasized, with there being an extensive amount of detail.

During gameplay, players assume the role of Isaac Clarke, an engineer sent on a mission to repair the USG Ishimura. However, when he arrives, he finds the crew has been slaughtered and infected by an alien threat. Further, Isaac’s partner, Nicole, is also lost on board, which leads him to venture forth to find answers using whatever tools he can to survive.

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