Dead Space Remake Money Glitch Gives Infinite Nodes and Credits

Players discover an infinite node and credit glitch inside the Dead Space Remake, essentially giving them an unlimited source of upgrade materials. After a lengthy time on the shelf, the Dead Space franchise has seemingly been reborn thanks in large part to the efforts of EA Motive. The recently released remake of the first game not only brings back protagonist Isaac Clark, but improves on the original experience with an all new visual engine and updates to certain less than favorable gameplay segments like the Zero-G sections.

Prior to the game launching, both EA Motive and Electronic Arts made sure that fans were well aware the Dead Space is not a 1:1 remake of the original game. While both the original 2008 title and this remake are very similar, EA Motive made a number of changes outside of those reworked Turret and Zero-G sections. For example, Dead Space 2 voice actor Gunner Wright has returned to voice Isaac, which gives more opportunity for story beats with his backstory and relationship to Dr. Nicole Brennan. However, for all of the changes made, one player friendly glitch has seemingly survived the move to next gen hardware as well.

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Over on the Dead Space subReddit, players have found a favorable glitch that essentially gives players free credits and nodes. Originally discovered by Mrthrowawaymcgee, the technique to pull this off has recently been put into visual form by TyberZann191 for players who want to see it in action. In order to get started, players will first need to have at least 7 power nodes, 15k credits, and a safe location away from Necromorphs in order to pull this off. Due to the ever-changing conditions set by the Tension Director, players will likely want to head to the workbench by the tram at the end of Chapter 1.

Infinite free nodes from DeadSpace

With a Pulse Rifle at full ammo and completely resetting its upgrade path at the work bench (then purchasing the first node again), players can empty it on the ground by using the alternative proximity mine fire mode and then picking it back up. Unlocking the nodes refills the weapon completely, so players won’t have to worry about running out of ammo and can continue this process until all nodes are used. Then, head to a store and sell the excess ammo, which ultimately nets a profit of around $4,000 each time, to which players can purchase additional nodes and then repeat the process.

It’s unknown if EA Motive will eventually patch this glitch out of the game, though Mrthrowawaymcgee does attempt to justify it by saying Isaac is an engineer which naturally makes him a resourceful and crafty individual. Either way EA Motive does have updates coming down the pipeline, including an upcoming Dead Space patch to fix some of the visual issues with the game.

Dead Space is available now for PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X/S.


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