Feral Interactive's announced that Creative Assembly's 2014 first-person survival horror game, Alien: Isolation, launches for iOS and Android on December 16th. Priced at £12.99/$14.99, that includes the base game and seven previously released DLC packs.
Speaking within a press release, Feral Interactive issued this statement:
Tailored for touchscreen play and using a bespoke, fully customisable interface, Alien: Isolation allows players to fine tune the game to their own playing style, with gamepads also supported. All seven DLC packs are included with this release, such as Last Survivor and Crew Expendable.
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Alien: Isolation Comes To iOS and Android Next Month
Originally released for PC. PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One in 2014, Alien: Isolation drew inspiration from Ridley Scott's original Alien movie, placing significant emphasis on stealth as you avoid a roaming Xenomorph. Selling over two million copies, it saw critical acclaim upon release.
Since that initial launch, Feral Interactive's also brought it to MacOS, Linux, Nintendo Switch and Amazon Luna. You can also watch the mobile port's trailer below, and we'll keep you informed if there's further Alien news.