Update time：2021-09-08 19:51Tag: dead space marker
EA seems to be gearing up to revive its long-dormant horror franchise Dead Space. Caught by Twitter user Jack, EA seems to have updated the profile picture for the Dead Space YouTube channel.
Having sported the logo for Dead Space 3 since the game’s release, the channel’s profile picture is now a close-up of protagonist Isaac Clarke’s iconic helmet. This is the first change made to the channel since the release of Dead Space 3’s Awakend DLC launch trailer published 8 years ago.
Gematsu reported back in June that EA would be unveiling a revival of Dead Space during its event on July 22. According to Gematsu’ a Dead Space revival is being worked on by EA Motive, which is the studio behind last year’s Star Wars: Squadrons.
Dead Space is a trilogy of survival horror games with a sci-fi setting. The games revolve around Isaac Clarke and the mysteries surrounding an alien marker and the events surrounding the USG Ishimura.
The first Dead Space game was largely set in within the confines of the Ishimura, while later games would feature more varying environments. Where the first game tapped into classic survival horror in the vein of Resident Evil, with some Metroid Prime mixed in, the later games featured more action as well as horror.
Dead Space 3 was panned by critics on release thanks to its emphasis on action. It was also the first mainline game in the franchise to include microtransactions. It is worth noting that Dead Space 3 also had an interesting take on co-op gameplay, with each player facing different scares through hallucinations.
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