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The Dead Space 3 teasing begins!

12:00 PM on 05.29.2012

Jim Sterling

Former Reviews Editor

The official Dead Space website updated today with what it's calling a "Graphic Novel teaser." Is that a teaser for an actual graphic novel, or a teaser for a game in the style of a graphic novel? Who knows? At any rate, the above video pertains to a "new chapter in the Dead Space saga," so fans best be on alert.

"While patrolling the planet Uxor, Earthgov Sergeant John Carver witnesses an attack on the Marker Site he guards which changes his life forever," reads the attached spiel. "John must now fight his way through a colony now in complete chaos as he begins to discover how important he is in fighting the Necromorph plague."

The site has three Marker symbols at the top, which pertain to numbers when translated. The numbers keep changing, though, since it actually seems to be an obscured countdown clock. Those sneaky fiends! According to our translation, the timer ends in two days. Or forty-six days, if we're wrong. Or apparently five days, even. Vagueness rules supreme!

Be prepared, folks!


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