Alien: Blackout Mobile Game

Alien: Blackout

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D3 Go! Announces Alien: Blackout for Mobile

And the return of Amanda Ripley

Alien: Blackout Mobile Game

D3 Go! announced that the latest video game based on the Alien universe, is Alien: Blackout; a mobile game currently in development.

While some Xenomorph hunters may be angry that it’s not a console game; remember that there are many other mobile games out there, inspired by bigger franchises.

Granted, some of them are great, while others…uhm…may need additional work.

To name just a few, we have Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed: Rebellion developed by Behavior Studios, EA’s Command & Conquer: Rivals developed by Redwood Studios, and Bethesda’s upcoming Elder Scrolls: Blades.

Welcome Back Amanda Ripley

Although the release date for Alien: Blackout remains unknown for now, D3 Go! confirmed the return of Amanda Ripley, the protagonist from Alien: Isolation.

If you didn’t play Alien: Isolation, you should know that Amanda is the daughter of Ellen Ripley. In Alien: Blackout, Amanda is trapped on the Weyland-Yutani space station which is also the home of a Xenomorph.

The mobile game is set between the films Alien and Aliens, and according to the official website is:

“a unique fear-inducing horror premium mobile game experience that will test the inner nerves of both Alien and horror fans alike, where life can end in an instant.”

Alien: Blackout features seven levels, but each decision you make through the game may lead to a different conclusion.

Last but not least, you’ll have to use only the space station’s power supply in order to survive. The limited power will allow you to access a holographic map, surveillance cameras, and a motion tracker.

Alien: Blackout will be available later this year on iOS and Android-based devices. A short trailer was also revealed by D3 Go! and you can watch it below.

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