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EA is reportedly polling fans on Dead Space 2 & 3 remake interest
The remake of the first game charted highly in the US last month
EA is reportedly polling fans on if they would like to see remakes of Dead Space 2 and 3.
According to game developer Dillon Rogers, they received a survey asking, “how interested would you be in a similar remake of Dead Space 2 (2011)?”
The survey reportedly asks the same question about Dead Space 3, which was released in 2013.
EA’s horror remake was released for PS5, Xbox Series X/S and PC on January 27, and ranked at No.2 in the US monthly software chart based on just two days of availability (NPD’s reporting period covers January 1-28).
The publisher is yet to comment on if it plans to release further remakes of the Dead Space games, however, the newest release features a new ending that appears to link to the sequel.
Dead Space remake developer Motive announced last year that it will be working on a Marvel Iron Man game. VGC asked Dead Space’s creative director Roman Campos-Oriola what that meant for the potential of future remakes.
“For me, what I like is that it gives us a lot of traction moving forwards, in terms of finishing that game. Personally, I’m a big fan of Dead Space, but as for the future, I don’t know,” he said.
“I cannot speak for the other project, but what I can say is that it’s not uncommon to have studios with multiple projects. Especially in big companies like EA.
“The thing in terms of recruitment, and again I’m speaking only about Dead Space, is that I joined to work on this game and we have a lot of people here like that. That brand, as a developer, has a lot of appeal.”