Where to Get the Level 5 Suit in Dead Space Remake - Prima Games

Where to Get the Level 5 Suit in Dead Space Remake

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by Shawn Robinson
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A major part of playing through Dead Space is finding all sorts of upgrades to beef Isaac and his arsenal up. There are minor buffs such as small ammo capacity improvements, but there are also much larger improvements, such as entirely new weapons or special upgrades for each weapon. One such upgrade happens several times throughout the game, with the final one giving some players trouble. Here’s where to get the Level 5 suit in Dead Space Remake.

Where to Find the Level 5 Suit Schematic in Dead Space Remake

Dead Space Remake Level 5 Suit

Seeing as this is the final upgrade for Isaac’s suit in Dead Space Remake (at least for your first playthrough), you’ll need to make it very far into the game. More specifically, you’ll need to reach Level 10 and get to the Crew Deck. Once on the Crew Deck itself, make your way through and check each room until you find the Locker Room and Showers. Head inside, and you’ll not only find some free loot, but the Advanced Engineering Suit Schematic (Level 5 Suit Schematic) sitting nicely on a nearby bench.

Take that schematic to a nearby shop, and with a whopping 60000 credits, you’ll be able to get 5% more armor, along with several more inventory slots. While this makes the Level 5 suit rather unexciting as a final suit upgrade, having that extra bit of defense and storage space can help out a ton. Some of the necromorphs that appear in the final few chapters naturally pack a serious punch, so having that extra damage resistance can be a game-changer.

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Alongside suit upgrades, you still have several other upgrades to collect in the remaining chapters. There are more than enough nodes left to go, and a few major upgrades to unlock for certain weapons. Needless to say, this won’t be the end of your upgrade path.

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.