One of the best horror games of the past decade will soon be available on the Nintendo switch. “Alien: Isolation” was developed by Creative Assembly, which traces the sounds, stories and visual effects back to the original aliens of 1979, making Ellen Ripley’s daughter Amanda confronts a lonely alien (and a bunch of human and malfunctioning robots). The switch version is handled by Feral Interactive, who has handled a variety of different ports, including the popular Grid Autosport switch version. Check out the new trailer for the Alien:Isolation switch version below.
Assuming this is a switch shot, the game looks great on Nintendo’s system. I mean, it looks good, the game has been 5 years old, but the exchange port can never be guaranteed. Textures and assets may be a bit ambiguous, but in fact such works and the grimy aesthetics of the game. Here are more details about Alien: isolation for switch:
In an original story set fifteen years after the events of the film, players take on the role of Ellen Ripley’s daughter Amanda, who seeks to discover the truth behind her mother’s disappearance. Marooned aboard the remote space station Sevastopol with a few desperate survivors, players must stay out of sight, and use their wits to survive as they are stalked by an ever-present, unstoppable Alien. Alien: Isolation on Nintendo Switch will feature support for gyroscopic aiming and HD rumble to immerse players in its terrifying world wherever they play. It will also include all DLC ever released for the game.