With Motive Studio following the original so closely, we’re all curious to see if Dead Space Remake’s game length is the same as the source. Or has something been added that will give you a couple more hours for how long to beat it? Here is everything you need to know about the Dead Space Remake game length.
How long is Dead Space Remake?
The Dead Space remake will take 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on average to beat. This isn’t too far off from the original Dead Space game which took roughly the same amount of time. But if you’re eager to complete everything the game has to offer, it’ll take you 20 hours 100% Remake of Dead Space. Our Dead Space Remake Trophy Guide and How to Get Platinum has all the trophies listed so you know what you’re heading for.
Dead Space Remake will follow a linear story, but players will be able to seamlessly explore Ishimura and even go through different rooms. Also note that there is an alternate ending that was confirmed in one of the trophies. Meeting is the name of the alternate ending achievement in Dead Space Remake. To get the Reunion Trophy one needs to “see the alternate ending on any difficulty mode” to win it. Whether or not you have to replay the full game on a different difficulty mode, you’ll have to figure out how to trigger that ending when the game finally comes out on January 27, 2023.
Dead Space Remake Chapter List: How Long To Beat Dead Space Remake?
The Dead Space Remake has 12 chapters, which is the same as the original. They are a bit longer as they contain new puzzles and even some new scares thanks to their random AI. Here is the full list of Dead Space Remake chapters:
- Chapter 1: New arrivals
- Episode 2: intensive care
- Chapter 3: course correction
- Chapter 4: imminent obliteration
- Chapter 5: Deadly devotion
- Chapter 6: Environmental risk
- Chapter 7: into the void
- Chapter 8: Search and rescue
- Chapter 9: dead on arrival
- Chapter 10: End of the days
- Chapter 11: Workarounds
- Chapter 12: Dead space
Does Dead Space Remake have New Game Plus and Post Content Unlockables?
Dead Space Remake features a new bonus game that will become available after beating the game once. However, there are no notable post-content unlockables unless you count the new random AI that will produce new scares that will keep each game from feeling like the last. So you’ll always have new experiences in Ishamura, even if you’ve already played the new version once.
Despite closely following the original Dead Space, Motive Studio has added some replayability improvements that will allow players to make the most of their time in the new version. The option to opt for a new game plus and a randomizer that creates new scares and atmosphere that you may not have seen in the previous game.
If you want to experience more of Dead Space Remake, you can go ahead and dive back into using the new game plus feature that could increase Dead Space Remake gameplay length. There’s even a trophy (trusted contractor) that you can get after beating the game again in this mode.
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Dead Space Remake is ready to launch for PS5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC. Check out this Youtube video of S.P.D. Games.