SEGA have officially announced a mobile port of the iconic horror title Alien Isolation. The game will be coming to both Android and iOS on December 16, 2021.
One of the best horror games of the last generation, Alien Isolation by Creative Assembly, is getting a mobile port, seven years after its initial launch on PC and consoles. Alien Isolation will be launching on both iOS and Android devices next month - December 16, 2021.
In the official press release, SEGA, state that the mobile version of Alien Isolation will retain "the stunning AAA visuals" and "terrifying atmosphere" of the original.
The game will utilise touchscreen play with a fully customisable interface so you can fine-tune your controls to your own liking. Oh, and gamepads will also be supported, which is a neat addition.
Alien Isolation will release on mobile with all seven DLC packs including Last Survivor and Crew Expendable. The price is set at £12.99 and you can now pre-order not on iOS and register on Android.
Check out the full SEGA press release here.
Alien Isolation was originally released back in 2014. It received positive reviews from both critics and players and it's considered one of the best horror games of the last generation with its atmosphere and intelligent AI.
Sadly, we never got a sequel and by the looks of it, it will stay that way for the foreseeable future since SEGA and Creative Assembly are yet to announce such project.