A couple of weeks ago we reported on how the team at EA Motive working on the Dead Space remake was planning on adding cut content from the first game. Now it seems that the reverse is also true, as the team will also be removing some things in a bid to stay “relevant to modern audiences”.
Rumours of a possible remake of the original Dead Space were finally proven true at last month’s EA Play Live event, where the remake was officially announced for PC and next-gen consoles at last. It was exciting news when the team revealed that it would be adding content and ideas from deleted materials and the sequels.
In a ‘meet the team’ interview with EA, it seems the team will also be removing content from the original that it feels is out of date. Art director Mike Yazijian, who also worked on Dead Space 2, explained that everything the team does is “out of respect for the original game” – which includes taking things out.
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