A new version of Dead Space is set for PS5 and Xbox Series X | S and PC on January 27, 2023. Found engineer Isaac Clarke among the last survivors of a deep space catastrophe. The game is available for pre-order now in several versions and from a variety of retailers (You see it on amazon). Read on to find out what comes in each edition, how much it costs, and more.
Dead Space Pre-order
Xbox Xbox X
The Standard Edition comes with the game itself, but that’s all you really need.
Dead Space Digital Deluxe Edition
The digital deluxe edition includes the game itself, as well as five exclusive cosmetics. These include three unique suits and two suit fabrics.
Dead Space Collector’s Edition
Collector’s Edition is exclusive to Run Limited Games Store. Comes with the following:
- A physical copy of Dead Space (not included in the PC version)
- Dead Space Collector’s Chest
- Isaac Helmet
- Full size wearable helmet with work lights
- Dead Space soundtrack CD
- Lithography printing
- Foil stamped lithographic paper
- Four little stickers
- Ichimura patch
- Enamel Pin Marker
- Metal Statue 4″ Marker
- Dead Space SteelBook
What is Dead Space Edition?
The new 2023 version of Dead Space is a remake of Earth from the 2008 original. It takes off when engineer Isaac Clarke is dispatched on a repair mission aboard the USG Ichimura, where something goes horribly wrong. He must fight through hordes of monstrous creatures called Necromorphs, primarily using his engineering tools.
The original version was one of the best survival horror games ever made, in my opinion, and this remake adds modern graphics and a lot more as well. This remake of Dead Space features an expanded story line, as well as modern graphics, sound, and gameplay.
If you’re looking for something similar, check out our pre-order guide to Callisto Protocol. This game is made by Glen Schofield, one of the co-creators of the original 2008 Dead Space game.
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