A week or so back EA revealed that a Dead Space game was in the works for Wii. At the time we were left wondering whether it would be a port of the original, a spinoff, or god knows what else.
Today we've learned the game has been given a subheading "Extraction", making the full title Dead Space: Extraction. Built from the ground up for Wii, Extraction will be prequel to the first game. It's said to include a new female lead character, new weaponry and co-op gameplay.
There's also a trailer, although it's a little hard to tell whether gameplay is being shown or just cut-scenes. Some are speculating this game will actually be an on-rails light-gun game.
Are you scared yet? How about now?
Dead Space: Extraction is being handled by EA's Redwood studio and will be released this Fall.
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