Dead Space Official Gameplay Trailer

Dead Space Official Gameplay Trailer

Something has gone horribly wrong on board the mining ship, USG Ishimura.

Get your first look at Dead Space™ gameplay. See how you’ll explore the eerie, echoing corridors and workspaces within the USG Ishimura and survive the nightmarish horrors that await you.

The sci-fi survival horror classic Dead Space returns, completely rebuilt from the ground up to offer a deeper and more immersive experience. This remake brings jaw-dropping visual fidelity and suspenseful atmospheric audio, as well as new gameplay content and improvements while staying faithful to the original game’s thrilling vision.

Prepare to uncover the mystery aboard the USG Ishimura when Dead Space launches on January 27, 2023.

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26 Responses

  1. MetalJesusRocks says:

    I can’t wait to replay this game. It looks AMAZING!!! 😍

  2. Old World Radio 2 says:

    First The Callisto Protocol in December, then this. Space horror extravaganza here I come. 🏃‍♂

  3. Key Strix says:

    I had quite a bit of fun with Dead Space 1 and 2. But while I’m not the biggest fan, seeing the dev videos show how much love and detail they’re putting into this, it makes me want to jump back in. It makes me very happy to see devs that actually love both what they’re working on and thier fellow fans.

  4. CARVERitUP says:

    When I first played this game, I didn’t even have a 360 yet. My friend was nice enough to have me sleep over at his place and I bought the game and played through the entire thing in one night. That experience was so amazing and nostalgic for me as a kid, and it’s awesome to see it being given the true treatment it deserves as a greatest hit horror game.

  5. Lonely Sandwich says:

    It’s crazy hearing Gunner’s voice delivering lines in Dead Space 1. I was honestly sketchy about this remake at first, but now I’m starting to believe!

  6. DistantKingdom says:

    Dead Space is one of my favorite games of all time and it looks like they’re staying very true to the original so I’m very excited!

    • 420P_D69 says:

      @Frank Coley no absolutely not we can use some remakes/remasters so many games today are absolute fucking shite compared 6th and 7th gen games which were mostly AA-AAA games whereas nowadays were fucking lucky to get 5+ per console

    • Frank Coley says:

      Dude don’t get suckered it’s repackaged nostalgia. The gaming industry is making money off nostalgia.

      Don’t you find that a bad trend dude?

    • donovan bradford says:

      @Gotta light? Very much hyped for that one

    • Gotta light? says:

      buy callisto protocol, is from the original creator of dead space 1 and 2

    • donovan bradford says:

      I don’t know the look yes very much but the thing many liked about Issac in that first outing was the fact he never talked let alone took his helmet off. It wasn’t until Dead Space 2 that we saw a bit of personality. But I will still take a look to see how this stacks up to the original.

  7. Gibsnack Gaming says:

    Oh man, can’t wait to play this again! One of the best horror games ever!

  8. ThaBootyBandit says:

    One of the best remakes of the decade for sure. I hope the sound has 7.1 support for an truely immersive experience.

  9. J.P says:

    This remake looks incredible. The tone and atmosphere instantly take me back to the original.

  10. Keitto191 says:

    I love that Issac will talk in this one. After replaying the original I noticed so many occasions where he should have been the one to speak instead of the others. Like in the beginning when a soldier pointed out what was wrong with the Ishimura instead of Issac (you know, the Engineer of the group whose job it is to identify mechanical problems, and offer solutions.)

    So yeah, i’m 100% on board! 😊

    • MrShadow2x says:

      @dibdap237 I’m glad I’m not the only one who feels that way towards silent protagonists! I do still enjoy mouthy ones (Star Lord in Guardians of the Galaxy, for example), but especially in heavy atmosphere games, letting the player’s own thoughts and feelings be the driving force really enhance the experience. Maybe there will be a way to turn off his voice if we don’t want it.

    • Colin Patterson says:

      @Chiefturion End game Plasma Cutter makes me feel like John Wick with force powers.

    • dibdap237 says:

      The fact he could talk was one of things I actually didn’t like about Dead Space 2. People think it’s more realistic that he would talk and that is true but in the end it is a video game and I as the player am filling Isaac’s shoes. I don’t really want to hear his thoughts since his thoughts are supposed to be mine. And when you’re trudging through blood splattered hallways all you have is your breathing occasionally broken by the comforting sound of another person or by the haunting voice of someone left on an audio log whose corpse you are probably standing next to. My reaction as the player would be Isaac’s reaction. But now I have to be told what he thinks and feels by his constant cursing and shouting which breaks my immersion in the world. I wonder if anyone else thinks the same. But the loudest voices won out in the end.

    • MrShadow2x says:

      I was confused by him talking in this trailer, thinking, “Wasn’t Isaac a silent protag in DS1?” Hopefully this will add to the story and atmosphere, and not be a distraction.

    • Chiefturion says:

      @theunseenone contact beam and force gun slaps in every game still, but tbh the plasma cutter was all you really needed

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