Do You Want Dead Space 2 and 3 PS5 Remakes? Time to Tell EA
Dead Space is one of the best horror/sci-fi franchises of all time, and fans have been begging for remakes of Dead Space 2 and 3 for years. With the upcoming launch of the PS5, fans are hoping that Electronic Arts (EA) will finally take notice and give them the remakes they’ve been asking for.
The original Dead Space was released in 2008 and was a huge hit with gamers. It was a horror/sci-fi game set in a futuristic space station. Players took control of Isaac Clarke, an engineer sent to investigate a strange signal coming from the USG Ishimura. As Isaac explores the station, he discovers a horrifying alien infestation and must fight for his life in order to survive. The game was praised for its atmosphere, intense combat, and unique take on the horror genre.
The success of the first game led to the development of two sequels, Dead Space 2 and 3. Both games were met with critical acclaim and were praised for their improved graphics, story, and gameplay. Unfortunately, both games were released during a time when the gaming industry was transitioning to the current generation of consoles. As a result, the games were not given the attention they deserved and were quickly forgotten.
Fast forward to 2020 and the launch of the PS5. With the new console, fans are hoping that EA will finally take notice and give them the remakes they’ve been asking for. Remaking the games for the PS5 would give them a new lease of life and allow new gamers to experience the horror and sci-fi of Dead Space.
EA has already shown that they are willing to remake classic games for the PS5. The company recently released a remake of the classic Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit, and fans are hoping that Dead Space 2 and 3 will be next.
For the remakes to be successful, EA will need to update the games to take advantage of the PS5’s powerful hardware. This could include improved graphics, better lighting, and more detailed environments. EA will also need to make sure that the games remain faithful to the originals, while also adding new features to keep them fresh.
The remakes would also need to address some of the issues that fans had with the original games. This could include balancing the difficulty, improving the AI, and fixing some of the bugs that plagued the originals.
If EA decides to go ahead with the remakes, it could be a huge success. The games have a large and dedicated fan base, and the remakes could introduce the series to a whole new generation of gamers.
So, do you want Dead Space 2 and 3 remakes on the PS5? If so, now is the time to tell EA. Let them know that you want to see the games remade for the new console and that you’re willing to support the project. With enough support, EA could be convinced to give the remakes the green light.