Rumor: Dead Space Is Being Revived by EA – IGN Daily Fix

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    In today’s episode of The Daily Fix, EA could be reviving this dormant fan-favorite franchise, and they’re placing the Star Wars Squadrons team on it. Some industry insiders are hinting that it’s a new Dead Space, but we’ll have to wait until later this summer to find out. And the team behind the upcoming Gotham Knights is already hard at work on another AAA title. We don’t know what it is, but there’s a good chance that it’ll star more of your favorite DC heroes and villains. And it’s Amazon Prime Day! Check out our picks for the best deals. It’s your Daily Fix!


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