Dead Space was first released in 2008, followed by Dead Space 2 in 2011. After their release, the “game” and the initial development team of Visceral Games received great support from fans around the world.
However, due to unfulfilled sales expectations, the development studio underwent the most severe treatment in gaming history. EA basically confused most of the team, firing Glen Schofield, one of the creators of Dead Space.
As E3 2021 approaches, fans of this long-forgotten franchise are eagerly awaiting any kind of news. A recent short chat on Twitter raised the possibility of a space between two remarkable faces at E3 2021.
What to expect from E3 2021 patent?
While fans are waiting for any news as E3 2021 approaches, the Twitter debate has raised some eyebrows. Recently, XboxEra’s Nick “Shpeshal Nick” Baker was on Twitter with his expectations for a possible remaster of Dead Space or its sequel, or maybe both. He firmly believes that there is no possibility that Dead Space will return.
In response to the tweet, Windows Central Jez Corden shared an equal amount of excitement, supporting the cause.
Although this can be considered as one of the two Internet celebrities who have a common interest, at second glance it turns out that it is much more.
Back in late 2019, during the conference, EA talked about what they plan to do in 2020-2021. Explaining their plans, they confirmed that a number of exciting remests are on the way that are most popular with fans. With E3 2021 just a few days away, this may be the perfect time to unveil a remake or sequel to Dead Space.
Although it was just news, now, with the delivery of Mass Effect Legendary Edition, the news has become a reality. Judging by how beautiful EA managed to bring out both the nostalgia and the essence of the old games, while much of the game design was kept intact while the graphics were upgraded, it is possible that they were the transformer or sequel to Dead Space. what long-forgotten fans of the franchise hope for at E3 2021.
The future of the dead space
Although the Dead Space franchise was widely welcomed in the gaming industry, EA’s work on Dead Space 3 was not well received. Although it just did not fall as a game, Dead Space 3 was still full of micro-deals, many major failures that are difficult to maneuver around.
Even when it comes to development, Visceral Games is not what it used to be in 2009 when the first franchise game was in the works. Thus, for a possible remaster, keeping the essence intact while enhancing the experience was a much bigger challenge than expected.
As for the possible sequel, after the release of Dead Space 3, the franchise was standing still because it was suffering from problems. So the best course of action would be to transform the whole process under the new development team for the upcoming E3 2021.