Dead Space Remake to be directed by Assassin’s Creed Valhalla director

Dead Space Remake begins to outline its developer poster. Among the last confirmed faces find Eric Baptizat, who joined the EA Motive Studio team earlier this year. The veteran developer left his long career at Ubisoft to join the return of the Electronic Arts license as director of the game.

The creative was director of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, the latest installment in the saga. Before the Vikings he held the position of chief designer on previous projects such as Origins, Unity o Black Flag. This would be another of the incorporations in positions of responsibility from the French company. Dead Space creative director Roman Campos-Oriola did the same for For Honor. Those responsible for Star Wars: Squadrons are reinforced with veteran names of the industry.

  • It may interest you: Dead Space Remake will use 3D sound and loading times will be instantaneous

Dead Space Remake, everything we know

Isaac Clarke will return as part of the next generation of consoles soon. The original Visceral Games license has passed to a team that will take the remake of the first installment as a starting point. We heard your confirmation as part of the celebration of the EA Play Live 2021 last July 22.

We know it will have “an enhanced story, characters, gameplay and much more” as we make our way through the halls of USG Ishimura. The team works on bringing the game to the graphics engine Frostbite along with the recently released hardware improvements, that is, it points to PS5, Xbox Series X | S and PC. The publisher has not shared a launch frame at this time.

You can see his teaser trailer at the head of this news. On the other hand, in this link we tell you how you can discover or revisit the original trilogy in current systems.

Source: VGC


Article Source