While we still don't have much information to go on or even a title, we at least now know that the game is still actively in development and unrelated to recently announced Alien: Blackout. The game will be available for download on the App Store, Google Play, and the Amazon Appstore, according to the publisher. Given I write about mobile games, I suppose I'm a little excited.
Apparently, you just can't keep a good biomechanical Xenomorph monster down as today, we got the first details on Alien: Blackout, an upcoming mobile game coming to Android (and iOS) devices on January 24. It carries on from 2014's Alien: Isolation, and like its predecessor, the new game sees Amanda stuck aboard a Weyland-Yutani space station with a horrifying Xenomorph. "Outsmart the flawless hunter by making perilous choices", says D3 Go's offical site for the game. We like playing games on the move.
Allegedly, the game is the work of Cold Iron Studios who have been working on the game having been bought by 20th Century Fox in 2015.
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Set aboard a Weyland-Yutani space station stalked by one of HR Giger's iconic monsters, Alien: Blackout sees you making choices to outwit the unrelenting Xenomorph, as it hunts you and the vessel's crew.
The Alien franchise has always been a bit of a mixed bag, with both the feature films and video game adaptations featuring more than a couple duds along the way.
It also seems that since their buy out, it's been common knowledge that they've been working on a shooter in the Aliens universe for console and PC.
Per the official description: "Using only the space station's limited power supply to operate a holographic map, surveillance cameras, and motion tracker, attempt to remain hidden and protect your crew from the ideal hunter in seven fear-inducing levels".