The Dead Space Remake is a faithful recreation of the 2008 sci-fi horror classic. Well, mostly loyal. EA Motive seized the opportunity to improve the original, so some sequences play differently than you remember them. An early example is the moment when protagonist Isaac Clarke sees a corpse transform into a necromorph for the first time.
To find out how this new version of the sequence was created, we spoke with several members of the Dead Space team to explore their role in bringing the moment to life. As with all video game individual moments, the final result is a collaborative effort. This IGN First video reveals how multiple people from different departments combined their skills to create one of the most terrifying sequences in the game.
Dead Space Graphical Comparison – Remake vs Original
Find out more about Dead Space here How the story was rewritten for the remake, how the weapon was redesignedWhen Comparing the graphics of the original game and the remake.
Matt Purslow is IGN’s UK News and Features Editor.