Alien Isolation artwork leaked online

News Aaron Birch 10 Dec 2013 - 04:40

Some interesting artwork for Creative Assembly's reported Alien game has leaked online...

Although the Alien series has had a turbulent time in the gaming world, with more flops than hits, notably Sega and Gearboxes recent poor effort, the series is undeniably ripe for the picking, and RTS specialist Creative Assembly is set to take a stab next.

Oddly, though, Alien Isolation won't be sat within CA's comfort zone, and isn't set to be a strategy title, but instead it'll be another attempt at an Alien FPS, this time starring Ellen Ripley's daughter, Amanda.

The game will mix the usual alien-blasting action in with stealth, a la Dishonored (according to a previous report from Kotaku), and by the looks of the artwork, will see Amanda stranded in a rather decrepit-looking space station.

Sega has apparently held its hands up with regards to Gearbox's lacklustre Alien release, and so we're hoping that Creative Assembly can deliver an Alien game that's actually good. For now, have a look at the artwork.


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The Alien games are like the Star Wars games.. Always look exciting but have a terrible hit rate.

I quite enjoyed the story of Alien Marines, it felt like a fairly decent sequel to Aliens.

Colonial Marines made me sad. I don't expect aliens to run past my clearly exposed squad mates just to get at me - every....single....time....

Ripley's daughter Amanda? Who, what? And why of all people would she be engaging with Aliens? Bizarre. ..

maybe she goes looking for her mother during the 57 years in-between the 1st and 2nd.

KOTORs were good, SWTOR not so much (but then I'm not a big mmo fan)

Me neither, but I wasn't even that big a fan of KOTOR

Nobody in Aliens know anything about the all. So Amanda just happens to go into space and come's across Aliens then heads back to earth and dies of old age and mentions none of this to anybody (assuming she just happens to go into space on her own and finds them, if she went in a team they obviously didn't mention anything either? Strange..

Actually the company knows about them and has done for a long time, they just covered it up. They proberly did the same to this instance of meeting them.

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