Alien Isolation is coming to Nintendo Switch next month

Alien Isolation is coming to Nintendo Switch next month

We already knew that the survival horror game from Creative Assembly would have a version for Nintendo's console. In fact, we have been waiting to know more about it for a while. It's been five months since Feral Interactive announced that Alien Isolation was going to be released this year for Nintendo Switch, and it seems that we will finally be able to play this superb adventure next month. As announced in a video published yesterday, the release of Alien Isolation is scheduled for December 5 on Nintendo Switch.

The video shows gameplay footage on the console and lets us experience a bit of what Alien Isolation has to offer. Amanda Ripley's adventure as she tries to find out what happened to her mother, Ellen Ripley, in the Nostromo is a story that will keep you glued to your console for a while. The game takes place fifteen years after the events in the original Alien film and manages to reproduce the oppressive atmosphere of Ridley Scott's sci-fi horror film from 1979. Finding the truth has a price, and Amanda's investigation will ultimately lead her to face the same terrors as her mother did, the Xenomorph. The immersive gameplay of Alien Isolation will make you really feel like if you were Amanda as she explores Sevastopol space station trying to uncover the truth about her mother's disappearance.

The Nintendo Switch version of Alien Isolation will also include all of the DLC packs that have been released for the game since it was launched in 2014, including Crew Expendable, Last Survivor, Safe Haven, Corporate Lockdown, Trauma, The Trigger, and Lost Contact. They expand the game with new maps and pieces of the story to deliver a complete Alien experience.

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