Alien: Blackout is a mobile game, unfortunately

Developed by D3 Go in partnership with Twentieth Century Fox, Alien: Blackout is a spiritual successor to 2014's Alien: Isolation and will be available as a premium title for Android, iOS, and will also appear in the Amazon app store. Given I write about mobile games, I suppose I'm a little excited.

According to the game's official description, Amanda Ripley finds herself in trouble again, this time on board a Weyland-Yutani space station (showing once again that the real villain of this franchise is an evil human corporation).

Blackout takes place on the infested Weyland-Yutani space station, and sees you shepherding Amanda Ripley and her crew to safety as they're stalked by an inexorable and deadly Xenomorph threat.

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A NEW CHAPTER IN THE ALIEN FRANCHISE A new chapter in the Alien franchise following the saga of Amanda Ripley, Ellen Ripley's daughter, between the films Alien and Aliens. Isolation, you'll need to "outsmart the ideal hunter by making perilous choices", shepherding the surviving crew to safety. The in-game map - through which the player tracks systems, crewmembers, and motion-tracker blips - bears uncanny resemblance to that of the earlier game, as does the overall goal of the game. If you remember the control panel bits of Alien: Isolation, which let you divert power between nodes to create distractions, some of the game interface will look familiar. Alien: Blackout consists of seven levels, the site said, though no pricing information was provided either. However, today's announcement from FoxNet did add that a new massively ultiplayer online shooter set in the Alien Cinematic Universe is also in the works from FoxNext Games and Cold Iron Studios.

FoxNext Games' studio, Cold Iron Studios, is also now at work on a massively multiplayer online shooter set in the Alien cinematic universe for consoles and PC.

Some fans who have been waiting several years for an Alien: Isolation sequel might not be as enthusiastic about a follow-up coming out for mobile platforms.

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