According to the recently published list of possible achievements, A remake of Dead Space there will be an alternate ending.
The alternate ending hasn’t been confirmed by EA publishers or developers Motive, but astute fans have noticed that they’ll be able to earn the “Reunion” trophy by unlocking the “alternate ending on any difficulty level.”
There are no further details on what the alternate ending will involve or how to unlock it, but with the release of the Dead Space Remake in a few days (January 27th), fans won’t have to wait long to find out about it.
The complete list of 48 trophies available in the A remake of Dead Space was recently published on TrueTrophies, where players can earn achievements by completing different chapters of the game at certain difficulty levels, as well as collecting weapons, magazines and schematics. Trophies can also be obtained by killing a certain number of enemies with a certain weapon or by ripping off limbs.
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The original ending of Dead space is pretty dark, with tons of fan theories about what it means and easter eggs from the game developers.
Elsewhere last year, it was revealed that EA Motive’s upcoming remake of Dead Space will feature “hundreds” of potential encounters designed to scare players who return to places they’ve already been through.
Speaking to NME, Motive senior producer Philippe Ducharme shared that due to certain immersion-oriented changes made to the original game, the team behind the remake needed to add more content for players to find by exploring USG Ishimura.
“Now you’re not traveling on trams and taking breaks between chapters, which is what we wanted to do to improve the immersion,” Ducharme explained. “Dead Space was an amazing game in terms of immersion, how can we achieve that?”
Ducharme also shared that the developers of the remake were careful not to add anything that might “offend the ardent fans” of the original Dead Space.
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