Dead Space Remake Drops To Lowest Price Yet

The deal is available for PS5 and Xbox Series X at Best Buy and Amazon.


The Dead Space remake just launched in January, but that hasn’t stopped Best Buy and Amazon from offering the game at a big discount. Head over to either storefront, and you’ll find the incredible remake for just $50, down from its usual $70. Note that Best Buy is currently discounting both PS5 and Xbox editions, while Amazon is only discounting PS5 copies.

This is the lowest price we’ve seen for Dead Space since launch--making it a great time to check out the horrifying action game. Newcomers will be treated to the definitive way to experience Isaac’s haunting adventure, while Dead Space veterans will find this to be a massive upgrade over the original that’s more than worth the $50 investment.

While graphics are the most notable difference between this remake and the original, it also benefits from no loading screens, reworked dialogue, updated mechanics, a redesigned map, and side missions to keep you busy while exploring the Ishimura.

Our Dead Space review gave the game an impressive 9/10, praising just about everything the reworked title has to offer.

“Newcomers and hardcore Dead Space fans will get the most out of the experience, but this is now the quintessential way to play one of the survival horror genre's best,” wrote critic Richard Wakeling. “The remake's overhauled visuals are phenomenal across the board, bringing the Ishimura's suffocatingly grim bowels to life with a disgusting sheen.”

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