Papoutsis, speaking in response to the question on the latest episode of the game’s facebook show, Questions With Steve, said, “A lot of people are asking that question. Gonna have to do some thinking about that but I would say stay on your toes, stick on the Facebook page, and (wink) you never know.”
EA head John Riccitiello recently went on record to say that Dead Space 2 is a lot scarier than the first game, so if the demo does decide to drop before Christmas we could be in for a treat.
Dead Space 2 is released on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC on January 28, 2011. Anyone purchasing the limited edition on PS3 will also gain access to a Move-compatible version of Dead Space: Extraction.