Since EA lifted the lid on Dead Space's Remake, we've learned a few things about this upcoming project. Claiming it'll have no load times and the possibility of restoring cut content, we know now who'll be leading this upcoming remake over at EA Motive.
Confirming the news via LinkedIn (as spotted by VGC), Eric Baptizat, the previous game director for Assassin's Creed Valhalla, confirming he's leading this project at EA Motive. It follows on from reports two months ago that he left Ubisoft after 16 years to join the studio.
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According to this report, Eric Baptizat left Ubisoft back in April, raising questions as to how long this project's been going on for. Having been absent since 2013, we'd seen rumours of Dead Space's revival for the last couple of months, after social media accounts were quietly updated.
Starring Isaac Clarke, a miner having to fight off horrific creatures called Necromorphs, the first two entries saw positive reception, though critics were more divided on Dead Space 3. Though the remake appears to be in its early stages, we'll keep you informed as we learn more.