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Dead Space Remake: How to Fix the Comms Array

The puzzle to fix the Comms Array is a tricky one to solve.




Dead Space Remake How to Fix the Comms Array

The new Dead Space Remake has already received a lot of positive reception due to it taking the survival horror classic and bringing it into the next generation.

There is a certain point in the game where you have to fix the Comms Array.

The section plays out sort of like a puzzle, having Issac float around in zero-G to grab fuses to fix the Comms Array. This section is different from the original game as you weren’t floating in zero-G.

With this added degree of challenge, the section can be a lot tougher as you have to do a lot of re-positioning to ensure you are aiming at the right spot.

This makes this puzzle a bit tricky to solve, and we’re here to help you out.

How to Fix the Comms Array in Dead Space Remake

How to Fix the Comms Array in Dead Space Remake 1

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To start, you’ll want to build from the power source below the communication control screen.

In order to fix the Comms Array, you must build a single circuit that runs from the power sources at the base of the room to the Comms Array all the way to the very top.

In order to do this, you have to move fuses with kinesis, trading the broken ones for those with the correct shape so you can channel the power up to the top of the room.

How to Fix the Comms Array in Dead Space Remake

Source: Guides Gamepressure

As you can see in the picture above, you have to build active circuits on either side of the communication control screen up to the top right where the power line meets the Comms Array.

You have to guide the blue power line using the shapes displayed on each fuse to do this.

You’ll need to find the right fuses by the other broken circuits. Once you have finished, you’ll only have the horizontal fuse left over.

And there you have it! You have fixed the Comms Array.

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