Feral Interactive has announced that Alien: isolation, the triple survival horror A, is coming to Nintendo Switch. Originally developed by Creative Assembly and published by SEGA, Alien: isolation has won several awards, and was praised by critics for its atmospheric gameplay full of tension and very faithful to the productive values ​​of the iconic 20 Century Fox film, Alien.

In an original story set fifteen years after the events of the film, the players take on the role of Ellen Ripley's daughter, Amanda, who goes in search of the truth behind her mother's disappearance. Stuck on the Sevastopol space station with a few desperate survivors, players must remain hidden and use ingenuity to survive while being hunted by the omnipresent, unstoppable, Alien.

The Sevastopol space station is a labyrinthine environment that contains hundreds of hidden objects that can provide clues to the catastrophic decline of the station. During the exploration, players will be able to crawl through the air ducts, look for safe hiding places, recover precious resources and exploit the technology in a life or death situation to try to get the better of the terrifying Aliene, whose unpredictable dynamic behavior evolves after each meeting.

Alien: isolation on Nintendo Switch will take advantage of some technological peculiarities such as gyroscopic aim and HD vibration to engage players in its terrifying world wherever they are.