Dead Space Remake releases tomorrow and although its Steam store page does not list the Denuvo anti-tamper tech, we can confirm that it will be using it. Furthermore, Arkane’s Redfall will be also using it.
Dead Space Remake uses the Frostbite Engine and will support DLSS 2 at launch. You can also find here its official PC requirements. EA Motive has claimed that the game will have Ray Tracing effects. And, according to the game’s PC graphics settings, PC gamers can only expect Ray Tracing Ambient Occlusion.
On the other hand, Redfall is a new open-world, single-player and co-op FPS. The game promises to blend single- and multiplayer options seamlessly. Additionally, it will allow the player to venture into the darkness alone or to squad-up with up to three friends.
Bethesda plans to release Redfall on May 2nd.
Our PC Performance Analysis for Dead Space Remake will be slightly delayed. So while we won’t have a day-1 article, we’ll be definitely sharing our initial PC performance impressions.
Lastly, here is a comparison video between the remake and the original versions of Dead Space.
Stay tuned for more!