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Recent reporting would suggest that EA is getting ready to announce a new Dead Space game so today we are digging in to see where these rumors came from and how substantial they actually are.
Dead Space is a beloved franchise and a lot of people would love to see it return on next-gen consoles like the Xbox Series X and the PS5 but EA shuttered the original developers back in 2017.
Games take a long time to make so it seems a little too early for a company like EA to do 180 and jump back into the Dead Space well.
So where did these rumors come from and why are so many sites reporting Dead Space as a possible reboot?
Well, Motive Studios the developers behind Star Wars: Battlefront II and Star Wars: Squadrons has a new unannounced project in the works and people are digging into all sorts of subtext to try and guess what it is.
Watch the video to get the full picture and drop a comment to share the game you think Motive is working on.
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[YouTube] GamesBeat Decides EA Play question at 1:48:33 original rumor
[YouTube] GamesBeat Decides EA Play question at 1:18:08
[VGC] EA will reportedly announce Dead Space
[Gematsu] EuroGamer corroborates Dead Space is the next Motive game
[GameSpot] Claims Eurogamer and VGC “heard” similar rumors
[EuroGamer] Says VGC “tallied” information about new Dead Space game
[GameRant] GameRant says hold your expectations
[Twitter] Motive says it’s not a Star Wars game
[Twitter] Jeff Grub tease 1
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