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Alien: Isolation Coming To Android and iOS in December 2021!

Feral Interactive, the developers responsible for porting Alien: Isolation to Nintendo Switch in 2019, has now announced an Android and iOS port of Alien: Isolation set for release December 16th!

A SURVIVAL HORROR MASTERPIECE

The stunning AAA visuals, arresting narrative and terrifying atmosphere of Creative Assembly’s classic – faithfully replicated on mobile. This is the complete survival horror experience brought to mobile without compromise.

TAILORED FOR MOBILE

Run, hide and survive using a redesigned interface, offering total touchscreen control and full customisation options. Resize and reposition on-screen buttons and joysticks, or play with a gamepad or any iPadOS-compatible mouse & keyboard.

As with the Switch edition, this new mobile incarnation of Alien: Isolation will also come with all the previously released DLC content. You can see some screenshots of both iPad and iPhone incarnations below.

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Currently the game will be supported on iPhone SE(2020)/7 Plus/8 Plus/ X and later, and iPad mini 5 (2019) and later, Air 3 (2019) and later, 7 (2019) and later, Pro 1st gen (2016), 12.9″ model only and Pro 2nd gen (2017) and later. No details regarding Android platforms appear to be available just yet. Alien: Isolation is currently available for pre-order from the Apple Store for $14.99.

Feral’s Nintendo Port switch of Alien: Isolation was well received. It currently sits at 83 on Metacritic, with a user rating of 8.5. Alien vs. Predator Galaxy was also very impressed with the port! Digital Foundry did a very impressive deep-dive on how the port compared to its contemporizes that is very worth checking out.

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Comments: 32
  1. Corporal Hicks
    I'll probably get it and give it a go, but this is just one of those "but why" moments. I'm curious to see how it plays. I was very impressed with Feral's Switch port so I'm willing to go in with some benefit of the doubt. But honestly, I'd have rather a Blackout sequel or a new mobile game. I can't see folk sitting down to get involved in a 8 hour immersive story on their phone but maybe I'm wrong.
  2. Richman678
    I don’t see how this will work….but hey if it helps get a sequel I’m all for it. Odd to see a 5.9 rated game from ign get so many ports…… ign’s review irritates me even to this day.
  3. YOUNGBLOOD90
    Thats totally cool it’s your opinion, but it’s clearly an outdated one. Games have come a long way since angry birds and i find a lot of these negative comments nothing more than hyperbole. What’s the difference between mobile and Nintendo switch? Nothing.

    Pubg mobile rakes in billions around the world every year, clearly people like playing quality games on the fly. The numbers speak for themselves.

    And no I'm not new here in the slightest, I’ve been coming here for years mate. I just can’t remember my password  :-
  4. Kradan
    I'm just surprised there are people putting down a fully fledged alien title down. Especially on AvPgalaxy!

    You're really new around here, aren't you ?

    Anyway, speaking personally, I'm bitter first of all 'cause my phone won't be able to run the game. I would actually love a chance to play Isolation on a portable device, laying in my bed,for example. But I do agree with these skeptical about the news. It's not freaking Angry Birds - Alien Isolation isn't a game for quick sessiins. It's a game you have to dedicate some time playing. And I would imagine smaller screen would cause lost of a lot of details developers put into the world and break the immersion
  5. YOUNGBLOOD90
    Look i accept mobile might not be everyone’s preference when it comes to gaming. But millions of people around the world do enjoy it. There’s a lot of people around the world who can’t afford high end P.Cs and consoles. Mobile is their only source of gaming. And that’s totally fine. Im just surprised there are people putting down a fully fledged alien title down. Especially on AvPgalaxy!

    For one feral interactive are absolutely amazing at porting games to mobile and have a great track record. They make absolutely no compromise in doing so. Plus you don’t even need to play with a touch screen as it will have controller support.

    Now consider this.. Developers are not yet going to risk making original high quality single player games for mobile, if it flops its a big hit on them. It makes much more sense business wise to port existing titles to mobile, so they can test the waters first. The more ports that are successful, the more confidence developers will have in the future, in making original AAA games for mobile. 

    Again it might not be for everyone, but it’s not aimed at you. It’s aimed at people who do enjoy gaming on the go. And I’m all for it.
  6. acrediblesource
    in 5 years humans will shrink 4feet and the screens of mobile devices....mainly phones will be so large they would be like 4k tvs to us. not sour. just observant and realistic. no need to be defensive about this news. Obviously people don't understand the use case of porting AAA games to a mobile device no matter what size it is. They didn't really say nor has anyone made a good point about it.

    I'm neautral. no where nearly excited like the guy wearing glasses and a vintage x-men tvshirt is. He's just bursting with fruit flavour.
  7. Kradan
    God damn people do you really have to be so bloody sour? Just be thankful Jesus.

    https://i.kym-cdn.com/photos/images/facebook/001/436/423/e7a.jpg


    Being able to play this on the fly is huge news for two reasons, it shows how far the power of mobile gaming has come in just a few years, and second that quality AAA titles are indeed possible now. I hope it massively succeeds and spurs other developers to think about mobile ports. 

    Fair point
  8. YOUNGBLOOD90
    God damn people do you really have to be so bloody sour? Just be thankful Jesus.

     Being able to play this on the fly is huge news for two reasons, it shows how far the power of mobile gaming has come in just a few years, and second that quality AAA titles are indeed possible now. I hope it massively succeeds and spurs other developers to think about mobile ports.

    As for the whole “mobile gaming only works in short bursts” i think pubg mobile and call of duty mobile players would like a word. Mobile gaming is projected to become the biggest gaming platform in the world. Almost everyone in the world has a smartphone now, it’s good business to bring these titles to mobile. Peace.
  9. Stitch
    This does not feel like something people have thought through. Mobile phone gaming is fine, but usually works best when you have short bursts of gameplay, not long stretches with manual saving. Not to mention touch controls for an FPV game :s

    Not convinced
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