A Dead Space revival is rumoured to be in the works at EA Motive

Rumours are distributing that EA Objective are working with a revival of a well-known EA IP, with a possible return for survival horror collection Dead Room.

That’s according to Gamesbeat’s Jeff Grubb that made the comments throughout the latest episode of his Video game Mess broadcast on Friday. As reported by VGC, Grubb stated on a previous episode back in March that the Celebrity Wars Squadrons workshop were working on “an established IP”. He also claimed “I assume you’ll be happy.”

Throughout the latest episode, he specified a little extra, saying we’ll reach see what they have actually been working on throughout this July’s EA Play Live occasion. He likewise teased “We’re visiting it, if we’re not dead very first” which appears to be the indication that we’ll be returning to the boots of Isaac Clarke as well as the Dead Room world.

The collection hasn’t been seen because 2013’s Dead Area 3, which saw the series try and welcome co-op in a dissentious reversal to an extra action emphasis. Original developer Visceral Gaming was apparently in the midst of creating a brand-new Star Wars game when it was closed by EA in 2017.

EA is, as you ‘d anticipate, yet to comment on the rumour. Nonetheless, it would not be the only timeless EA franchise business picking up of late, with Skate 4 confirmed to be in production during last year’s EA Play Live. We’ll most likely have to wait until July 22 to discover if EA Objective will certainly give us an additional possibility to obtain frightened around once more by Necromorphs, ought to Dead Area return.

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