According to an article on Reuters, EA’s sequel to its survival-horror title, Dead Space, should be hitting store shelves sometime in 2010. This isn’t unexpected considering the praise Dead Space had received upon its launch last year. The timetable of a two year gap between release should also prove to be helpful for developers in order to create yet another unique gaming experience.
Reuters states “Electronic Arts has a pair of horror offerings for gamers. The publisher recently shipped Dead Space: Extraction for Wii, which is a prequel to last fall’s Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC hit. Dead Space 2 is in development for next year.”
With the report coming so close to Halloween, our guess is that it will release sometime next year in October to take advantage of the Holiday. Speaking of which, why isn’t there at least one title released at the end of October this year doing that? Odd.