Leads to release January 27th Dead Space Remake, the game’s technical director – David Robillard – has revealed that he even finds the game too terrifying to play at night with headphones on.
“When I play it at night, I can’t play it with headphones,” Robillard told PLAY Magazine, back Radar Games. “It’s too scary. Just the scale of the realism and, again, atmosphere. Not just visually, right? In the way we deal with sound, atmosphere, effects, having systems that will try to blow you away.”
Dead Space, as its name might suggest, is a ground-up remake of the classic 2009 horror title of the same name. The game largely takes place aboard the USG Ishimura – a Planet Cracker class spacecraft – and puts players in the shoes of Isaac Clarke as he sets out to find out what went wrong and why everyone is dead.
Developer Motive Studio recently announced complete global launch details for the upcoming remake, with a map revealing the release times for various time zones from around the planet.
If you are interested in some of the biggest differences between the original Dead Space and remake it, here are 14 of them.