Another Dead Space remake livestream is coming this week with a focus on art

Developed on Dead space EA Motive’s remake is still ongoing and the team is ready to show off some more. This weekend, the developer will host another live stream. This time, it will all be about the art of Dead space remake – you’ll know more when the next live stream starts on May 12.

Slowly but surely, EA Motive is breaking down each component of the game. Last time, the studio reviewed the game’s refreshed audio. It’s a pretty lengthy interface and weapons and ambient sounds, and it introduced a new ALIVE system that can change the sound of breathing and heartbeat. But live streams have had a second purpose since they began. The Dead space The remake is still fairly early in development, and EA Motive used these demos as a way to gather early feedback.

After the audio stream, the developer took notes from the community. Fans didn’t like the gunfire, so the studio modified them. EA Motive has shared the changes online and the majority of the answers seem to indicate that the changes are good. Next Dead space Likewise, a live stream can collect feedback on the art, and the team can make edits later.

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The live stream has a lot to offer. While the focus will be on art, the studio has broken it down into several categories. The live stream will include lighting, environments, characters, visual effects, and more. After the last live stream, the developer released more videos detailing every aspect shown. The same thing can happen after the next one.

The Dead space The remake art stream will begin May 12 at 1 p.m. ET. You can watch it at Motive’s Twitch channel or the YouTube page. Another Dead Space remake livestream is coming this week with a focus on art

Zack Zwiezen

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