Dead Space remake helmed by former Assassin's Creed director


By Aron Gerencser August 2, 2021

Former Ubisoft game director Eric Baptizat confirmed that he is heading the Dead Space remake project after moving over to Electronic Arts.

Baptizat's last project as game director was Assassin's Creed Valhalla, the hugely successful continuation of the open-world stealth series.

The game director saw the release of many hit Ubisoft titles during his career with the French game development company, but recently moved over to EA.

The Dead Space remake was confirmed at EA Play Live not too long ago. Instead of being a mere remaster, this game fully earns the title of remake.

Dead Space's remake will also feature some reinstated content that was cut from the original release back in the day.

EA has also revealed that mercifully, Dead Space won't sport any microtransactions whatsoever.

Other than these details, our knowledge about what the Dead Space remake will be like is limited at best.

The Dead Space remake is still very much in its infancy, so it's definitely a ways out.

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