Dead Space 4 Is Reported to be “A Full Remake” Inspired By The Recent Resident Evil

The reason is “learning from Capcom’s mistakes” with the Resident Evil remakes. The upcoming Dead Space game from Electronic Arts is rumored to be “a full-fledged remake”.

A new report on GamesBeat confirms the rumors that EA’s Motive unit is working on a new installment in their sci-fi horror series.

According to the latest rumor, Motive draws inspiration from Capcom’s recent Resident Evil remakes for its upcoming Dead Space reboot.

It’s safe to assume that the upcoming Dead Space will heavily use the original game, much like the Resident Evil 2 Remake did.

The graphics, however, need to be up to date. The newspaper asserts that new gameplay features influenced by previous games in the series will be included.

And while we’re on the subject of Capcom, it’s likely one of the driving forces behind developing a new Dead Space.

After the success of Respawn’s Star Wars: Jedi: Fallen Order, it is said that EA is more open to the notion of making another single-player game.

In July of that year (202020), Electronic Arts announced that the number of gamers for their game Jedi: Fallen Order had risen to 10 million.

Dead Space debuted in 2008 and has not seen a new installment since 2013’s Dead Space 3. Visceral Games, the creator of the series, was shut down by EA in 2017.