‘Lifeless Area’ remake arrives on January twenty seventh, 2023

Written by Jeff Lampkin

EA is releasing the remake of Lifeless Area on January twenty seventh, 2023. Motive, the EA studio behind the sport, made the announcement on the firm’s Crafting the Pressure Artwork Developer Livestream. The basic sci-fi horror survival sport is being rebuilt from the bottom up utilizing EA’s Frostbite sport engine and will likely be out there for the PlayStation 5, Xbox Collection X|S and PC.

The unique Lifeless Area was launched again in 2008 for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Home windows PC. Motive is upgrading its visuals and made its audio crisper for a extra immersive expertise on fashionable consoles. The studio remade all of the in-game props, instruments and environments for extra fashionable {hardware} and platforms, and it used “dynamic, volumetric lighting with atmospheric and environmental VFX rendered in full-HDR” to seize the creepy ambiance of the sport.

In Lifeless Area, you play as engineer Isaac Clarke who’s on a routine mission to repair the mining starship USG Ishimura. What he did not know was the the ship’s crew had been slaughtered and contaminated, reworking them into creatures often known as Necromorphs. To seek out his girlfriend who labored as a medical officer onboard, he has to battle these monsters whereas additionally grappling together with his rising psychosis. 

Along with saying the remake’s launch date, the Motive staff has additionally given us a have a look at the event of the sport within the livestream. You possibly can see how they integrated lighting modifications and new parts within the video under:

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