Glen A. Schofield is currently working on another horror game, The Callisto Protocol.
Days after receiving one of the bombshell news of the year, there are still those who are still excited about the announcement of the Dead Space remake, and it is normal considering that we are talking about the return of one of the best horror video games of all time. And among the enthusiasts of this new survival horror is one of the fathers of the original video game, the now veteran Glen A. Schofield, who has not hesitated to show his joy on social networks.
Directing Dead Space was one of the highlights of my careerGlen A. Schofield“Directing the original Dead Space was one of the highlights of my career“, has written the creative, currently immersed in the development of The Callisto Protocol, precisely a kind of spiritual successor to Dead Space in the PUBG universe.” Excited to see what EA Motive does with the remake, “added Schofield.
“You paved the way, Glen,” replied the studio responsible for Dead Space Remake. “We are also looking forward to The Callisto Protocol,” adds EA Motive in his brief message. Other studio creatives have appreciated the words of the former Visceral Games, and have even shown him a little secret from the trailer announcement of the new Dead Space: one of the posters of the workshop can be read “Schofield Tools” (Schofield tools).
Although not many details have been shared about this remake of one of the great horror games of the PS3 and Xbox 360 generation, we do know that it is being created with the Frostbite graphics engine, the technology behind the Battlefield series, and that it will be exclusive for PC, PS5 and Xbox Series. Another detail that will delight fans of the saga is that Electronic Arts has confirmed that Dead Space will not have microtransactions.
If you are one of those who cannot bear the excitement of seeing Isaac Clarke in action again, at 3DJuegos we have written an article in which we tell you everything we know (and wish) about the Dead Space remake.
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