How to get the Deluxe Edition Suits in Dead Space Remake
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There are a couple of different editions of the Dead Space Remake available for players to purchase. The standard edition, which just includes the base game, is what most players will likely gravitate towards. However, for the players that decided to fork over a little more cash, the Deluxe Edition of the Dead Space Remake offers some intriguing in-game rewards.

The bulk of these rewards are six different suits for Isaac that you can use once you reach a certain part of the story. Of course, players are a bit confused as to when exactly they will be able to equip the suits they paid extra money for. In the guide below, you can see exactly what your money bought you and how to equip the Deluxe Edition suits.

Deluxe Edition Suits in Dead Space Remake

Deluxe Edition Suits Dead Space Remake
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There are six different suits that come with the Deluxe Edition, which are:

  • DS-08 Legacy Rig
  • Lone Survivor Suit
  • Infested Suit
  • Venture Suit
  • Bloody Suit
  • Sanctified Suit
  • Burnished Suit

In order to access all of these suits, you will need to reach the in-game store — which is where Isaac can trade items, acquire ammo and health, and purchase upgrades. The first store you will reach in the story is in Chapter 2: Intensive Care. More specifically, you need to restore the tram to working order and enter the medical center.

Once you’ve done this, you will be able to access the in-game store and acquire all six of the suits. These suits will then be placed into your inventory, which can be accessed by going to the Storage tab in the menu.

All of the suits have different looks for Isaac. The Legacy Rig is Isaac’s traditional look while the Infested Suit gives Isaac a zombie makeover. Lone Survivor adds some antlers to Isaac’s helmet while the Venture Suit gives Isaac buffed suit of armor. Bloody, Sanctified, and Anodized are suit textures that simply add some color to Isaac’s base suit.

Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 6+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.