Guiding our synthetics. Ensuring your safety.
Alien: IsolationTM is a survival horror experience set 15 years after the events of AlienTM.
Amanda Ripley finds herself trapped on the Space Station Sevastopol, hunted by the nightmare responsible for her mother’s disappearance.
Here she must use whatever tools she can find to break through the station’s security and protect herself from threats both familiar and alien. Combining stealth, crafting, hacking and punishing violence, Amanda will have to go through hell to find the answers she’s looking for.
|Interact / Pickup|
|Toggle Flashlight / Reload Flashlight (hold)|
|Raise Motion Tracker (hold)|
|Aim/Focus Vision (Motion Tracker)|
|Melee / Fire (when aiming)|
|Move / Sprint|
|Look / Crouch|
|2||Currently held item|
|4||Flashlight battery status|
|5||Direction of current objective|
|6||Motion detection indicator|
15 years after the disappearance of the commercial towing vessel Nostromo, the ship’s flight recorder is discovered floating in deep space. Its owner, the Weyland-Yutani Corporation, immediately dispatches a team of representatives to Sevastopol Station to retrieve it. Among their number is Amanda Ripley, daughter of Ellen Ripley, the Nostromo’s warrant officer.
When the team arrives they find Sevastopol has been placed under quarantine and its skeleton crew is being hunted by an unseen foe; a monster that cannot be stopped.
Separated from her team, Amanda finds herself trapped on a station filled with desperate survivors, an implacable AI and the ultimate predator. The truth about her mother’s fate is here somewhere, but first she must simply survive.
Survivor Mode challenges the player to a one-on-one confrontation with the Alien deep within the bowels of Sevastopol Station. They must use every tool available to them to complete a number of objectives and ultimately escape.
The player’s final score will be posted to the Survivor Mode leaderboards and is determined by how efficiently they navigated their environment and how successfully they avoided their hunter.
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