Visceral Games gives players two distinct ways to tackle the Necromorph threat in Dead Space 3. Either confront your fears alone in Dead Space 3’s single-player campaign or partner with a friend via the game’s co-op mode.
In Dead Space 3’s single-player mode, players once again take control of Isaac Clarke, the engineer with a talent for being in the wrong place at the wrong time. However, when playing cooperatively, players can team up with John Carver, who is shown to be suffering from hallucinations in the game’s latest trailer. It’ll be interesting to see how Carver’s mental deterioration will influence the game’s narrative.
Dead Space 3, developed by Visceral Games and published by EA, will be available on February 5th in North America, February 8th in Europe and February 15th in Australia, for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC.