Motive Studios is hosting a new live stream event for their upcoming Dead Space remake.
EA and Motive today announced a YouTube stream for the super hyped remake of Dead Space. The stream will air in four days from now on March 11 at 1:00 PM EST, featuring a behind-the-scenes look at the game’s overall development. We should take a closer look at the environments, animations, sound effects, and every other main features of the new remake.
“Motive invites you to the latest in its series of first looks at development and what’s happening in a game’s remake. Subscribe and keep notified to be the first to hear details of our upcoming Dead Space Livestream Remake Developer,” the description reads.
Motive previously confirmed that the Dead Space remake will have lighting effects and raytraced visuals. The game is rebuilt from the ground up using DICE’s powerful Frostbite engine, with optimizations on next-gen PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S consoles, like lightning-fast load times via SSDs.
In fact, Motive aims to make Dead Space Remake a seamless experience that you can play entirely in one sitting. There are no microtransactions or online play – just a brutal science-horror single-player experience.
“We want to make that immersion deeper with a fully interactive experience from splash screen to end credits. We don’t want anything to take you out of the experience,” EA Motive said.
“There will be no loading. There will be no time when we cut your experience or cut the camera – everything will be seamless from the splash screen to the end credits.”