Dead Space Remake Gets a Physical Collector’s Edition Courtesy of Limited Run, Includes Wearable, Light-Up Isaac Helmet

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Limited Run Games has announced that it will be releasing a physical collector’s edition of Dead Space, EA Motive’s highly anticipated remake of Visceral Games’ sci-fi horror classic. Available to pre-order now for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC, the exclusive set costs $274.99 and features a number of collector’s items, including a replica of one of Isaac Clarke’s helmets that is wearable and features working lights.

Dead Space Collector’s Edition (PC) includes:

  • Digital Origin Code for Dead Space on PC
  • Dead Space Collector’s Box
  • Isaac Helmet
    • Full-size wearable helmet with working lights
  • Dead Space CD Soundtrack
  • Lithograph Print
  • Foil Stamped Lithograph Folio
  • Four Mini Posters
  • Ishimura Patch
  • Marker Enamel Pin
  • Metal 4″ Marker Statue
  • Dead Space SteelBook

From a Limited Run press release:

In collaboration with Electronic Arts and their Motive studio, Limited Run Games is proud to announce that the 2023 remake of Dead Space will receive a new physical collector’s release. The Collector’s Edition will be available to pre-order beginning today until the game launches on January 27th, 2023. This physical edition will be available on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S or PC.

Lovingly developed and curated by Limited Run’s most dedicated Dead Space fans, the Collector’s Edition includes a full slate of fantastic collector’s items. In addition to a set of high-quality pack-ins, a premium SteelBook, and more, the centerpiece of this collection is the included helmet. This wearable replica of Isaac’s helmet contains LED lights, giving it the glow you want when creeping through the desolate halls of the Ishimura.

Dead Space received a new official trailer yesterday, showing off the remake’s gameplay and massively overhauled graphics. The game was rebuilt by Motive from the ground up using EA’s Frostbite Engine.

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