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Can You Quick Turn in Dead Space Remake? – Answered

Turns so slow they'll make you think you're hit by stasis.

by Shawn Robinson

Dead Space Remake has a ton of modern features that help bring it from its 2008 origins up to modern-day standards. There are plenty of graphical settings such as DLSS and Ray Tracing that make their appearance in the remake, along with plenty of gameplay features which the 2008 original also included (it was very ahead of its time). Some are wondering if one feature some modern survival horror games have has made it into the remake. Here’s whether you can Quick Turn in Dead Space Remake.

Has Quick Turn Made in it Into Dead Space Remake?

First of all, a bit of background. In modern remakes such as the Resident Evil 2 and 3 remakes, there’s a feature called Quick Turn that makes combat a little bit easier. In essence, the feature allows you to press one button to immediately turn around, letting you focus on an enemy creeping up on you without doing a full 180-degree turn. It’s a minor thing, sure, but when you need it, it’s an invaluable tool.

It’s because of that that we’re saddened to report that you can’t Quick Turn in the remake. For some reason, whether it be keybindings or otherwise, it’s not an available option. With that being said, there is a silver lining in that another feature has made its way in. If you attempt to press your sprint key while moving backward, you can run backward. This doesn’t give the pleasure of checking your backside easily, but it does let you make some distance between you and the necromorph you’re currently fighting.

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While this feature is missing form the remake, there’s plenty to still be happy about making its way in. From completely revamped sections of the game to more in-depth lore, there’s so much to be excited about.

Shawn Robinson

Shawn's been playing games for well over a decade now, dabbling in all sorts of genres but always willing to try new things. Some of his favorite games include first-person shooters like Left 4 Dead and Titanfall, though narrative games like Life is Strange are held near and dear.