Like some errant Necromorph, a new video has suddenly popped up on the Dead Space website . Entitled “Dead Space Graphic Novel Short,” the video showcases the story of John Carver, an Earthgov Seargent, as he “witnesses an attack on the Marker Site he guards which changes his life forever.” There’s also a countdown on the site – coded in Dead Space’s alien language – set to expire in six days. Electronic Arts’ E3 press conference, meanwhile, is set to take place on Monday, curiously only five days away. Despite the video’s title, there’s reason to believe this is all tied to Dead Space 3 . As noticed by fans on the Dead Space Facebook page , the website’s source code contains numerous references to “ds3.” The site adds that this is “just the start of John Carver’s saga in the Dead Space Universe,” implying that something grander than merchandising is on the way. Perhaps Carver is a new protagonist? One way or another, we’ll find out next week.
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