Normally, Dead Space 3 defaults to 30 FPS, regardless of your monitor's refresh rate. However, you can increase the frame rate to 60 FPS using the following steps. First, go to the in-game video settings menu, disable Vsync, and then exit the game. Open your video card control panel, and enable Vsync (either globally or for Dead Space 3 specifically). Then, start Dead Space 3 again, and the FPS should now be at 60 FPS instead of 30 FPS. Note: If you do not enable Vsync in the video card control panel, you may have choppy frame rates, screen tearing, and even video card overheating.
N7 armor Have a saved game file from Mass Effect 3 to get the N7 armor from that game.
Planet Cracker Plasma Cutter Have a saved game file from Dead Space 2 to get the Planet Cracker Plasma Cutter when you reach the first workbench.
Bonus modes Successfully complete the game to unlock the following new modes:
- Classic: Only classic weapons can be built using blueprints, co-op is
disabled, classic aiming is enabled, and difficulty level is Hard.
Successfully complete Classic mode to unlock the Devil Horns.
Hardcore: The entire game must be completed without dying. The game can be saved, but a death will reset you to the beginning. Successfully complete Hardcore mode to unlock Retro mode. Note: To prevent the game from resetting if you die, after saving the game, copy your saved game to a USB or alternate memory location to preserve your saved game if you die.
New Game+: You will retain all resources and inventory from your previous completed game. +3 Circuits and MK-II Overclocked Parts can be found throughout the game. It is available on any difficulty level.
Pure Survival: Enemies no longer drop health or ammo, everything must be crafted at the crafting bench, and difficulty level is Hard. Successfully complete Pure Survival mode to unlock a Mega Resources deposit and the MK-II Overclocked Parts Set.
Successfully complete Hardcore mode to unlock Retro mode. Retro mode adds a pixel filter to make the entire game look retro