Dead Space could return to foment our gaming nightmares, at least from what they say 3 different sources.
And we are not talking about any sources, let's be clear, given that Jeff Grub, in the last episode of his podcast Gamesbeat Decides, Eurogamer and Gematsu "blew" the news. At the helm of what different sources continue to call "revival" co would be the Motive studio, by Electronic Arts, whose latest venture was Star Wars: Squadrons, released last October.
Gematsu adds some information to the whole, more precisely that it should be some sort of reinvention, rather than a direct sequel to the Dead Space trilogy, which began in October 2008 with Dead Space, then in January 2011 and in February 2013 with the second and third chapter.
For those who have not yet had the opportunity to get involved, a small synopsis just to make you understand the horrifying madness to which this trilogy has accustomed us step by step: the protagonist is called Isaac Clarke, and he is a mining engineer employed by the CEC, holder of several mining centers around the galaxy.
In response to the distress call of the USG Ishimura, a "planet-breaking" ship used for the recovery of minerals, Isaac will find himself stuck aboard the ship, infested with hostile presences (Necromorphs) and the scene of strange events involving a particular creed and the “Brand”, an alien artifact capable, almost literally, of manifesting horror.
If you are still reading, you just have to retrieve the trilogy and prepare theories and hopes for this… reinvention of the franchise.
► Dead Space is a Shooter-Adventure type game published by Electronic Arts for PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, the video game was released on 14/10/2008 The version for PC came out on 20/10/2008