The fact that a new Alien game is being worked on at the moment is not a secret, and indeed it was first confirmed by 20th Century Fox nearly exactly a year ago today.
Alien: Isolation is finally getting a sequel, but it may not be the sequel you've been clamoring for since 2014. It claims it will bring to life "the terror of alien", which seems unlikely to me not just because it's on mobile, but because it's rated "Teen". It's arguably the only game to truly recreate the atmosphere of the original 1979 movie, and the only game that deserves a character named Ripley - specifically, Amanda Ripley, daughter of Ellen and engineer of spaceships. Lurking in the shadows is the haunting Xenomorph that hunts you down as you try to outsmart it by making choices that can change the outcome. "Play. Watch.", which would seem to indicate either the story is going to be told on numerous platforms - as in a book/comic book, and a video game, and a TV show/movie - or it is going to be more interactive for the viewer/player, much like the recent Netflix hit Bandersnatch.
"Survive seven fear-inducing levels by remotely guiding Amanda Ripley's crew through increasingly challenging tasks using only the station's emergency systems".
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D3 GO!'s previous titles include "Marvel Puzzle Quest", and "Magic the Gathering - Puzzle Quest". "The uncertainty and unpredictability of both the alien and her crew can impose total defeat for Amanda and the entire station".
Alien: Blackout will be available on iOS, Android, and on the Amazon Appstore.
The game will make you use the station's holographic map, along with surveillance cameras and a motion tracker, so you and the crew can navigate through the station and avoid being picked off.