The designers of the Dead Space remake will take every opportunity to emphasize how spooky it is. However, the technical director goes to the extreme and admits in an interview that he cannot play the game at night. Anyone who knows the original can probably understand him very well.
The time has come and you can once again explore the Ishimura. For this reason, the developers naturally want to beat the advertising drum properly. For example, the game's technical director, David Robillard, recently gave an interview to PLAY magazine.
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“I can’t use headphones if you play at night,” says Robillard of the decision to release the remake exclusively on next-gen consoles and PCs.
He refers to the visual, as well as the overall realism and atmosphere. There would be many tactics to intimidate the players that go hand in hand with the sound, the effects, and the general atmosphere. “Those elements would have been possible on PS4, but not at the level we're implementing them today.”
Phillipe Ducharme, a senior producer, agrees. The group completed many iterations of the original in order to capture the essence of Dead Space. Once they identified elements that were crucial to the scary factor, they began modifying them further.
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Dead Space, a sci-fi horror film, will be released on January 27th, but the official teaser is already available.