A new gameplay trailer for the Nintendo Switch version of Alien: Isolation has been released. The trailer also gives viewers a glimpse of the game’s DLC content.
The trailer offers a peek at some gameplay footage, depicting a survivor on a spaceship trying to avoid detection by the Xenomorph (Alien) hunting humans aboard the ship. The eerie video game adaption of the Alien movie franchise is what one would expect from a game set in the anxiety-inducing horror, sci-fi universe.
Nintendo Switch users who purchase Alien: Isolation for the portable system will acquire the game alongside all seven pieces of DLC, including “Last Survivor.”
No official release date for Alien: Isolation has been released, but the game is set to be available on the platform later this year.
The Nintendo Switch version of Alien: Isolation is being published by Feral Interactive, a company that specializes in publishing games for Nintendo Switch, macOS, Linux, iOS, and Android. The company was founded in 1996.
Alien: Isolation was originally released on October 7, 2014 for PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, and Xbox One. The game was primarily developed by Creative Assembly, the SEGA-owned company famous for the Total War and Halo Wars series of strategy games.
In addition, the initial versions of Alien: Isolation were published by SEGA.
The game released to “mostly positive” reviews and was a departure from Creative Assembly’s typical turn-based strategy franchise with real-time strategy elements. Despite the positive reviews, many critics felt the game was far too repetitive and unforgiving, with minor mistakes made by players being punished by a brutal, gruesome death.
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