Dead Space Remake will work natively on Steam and without the need for Origin or the EA App

Dead Space Remake will work natively on Steam and without the need for Origin or the EA App


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Last week, Electronic Arts and Motive presented the first trailer for the remake of Dead Space, a game that according to them is rebuilt from scratch, using the Frostbite engine in this version that will reach new consoles and PC.


Classic science fiction horror and survival, which to the delight of many Steam fan players, will come natively to the popular Valve client. This means that when you buy it on Steam, you should not open any other launcher, such as the EA App, in the background or in any way.

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This is because, as many will know, EA is beginning to unsubscribe from the classic Origin client, giving more focus to the new EA App. The company’s desktop application that has been in beta version until now, but that for some time has this part has started to be the main one, due to new messages on Origin asking users to migrate to EA App.


News that has only been confirmed for Dead Space, without indicating if it will be a new standard with future releases from Electronic Arts, keeping its new video games as native to Steam.

As we anticipated, Dead Space officially launches on January 27, 2023 on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC (EA App, Steam, and Epic Games Store).



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