The then announced port of Alien: isolation arrived this Thursday, December 16th, to cell phones and tablets. The game is a sequel to the main story told in the movies and that brought, considered by many, one of the best horror and survival games.
Alien: Isolation was originally released in 2014 for PC, Xbox 360/Xbox One, and PS3/PS4. The game is a tribute to the classic Alien movie series. It follows the events where the daughter of Ellen Ripley, a character in the film, discovers that her mother's ship's flight record has been recovered.
Amanda Ripley enters the Sevastopol Space Station, trying to find out the real reason for her mother's disappearance, the big problem is that she is not alone. Survival horror brought this experience to mobile devices, including all seven released DLCs, with optimized controls and in a premium way for mobile.
Alien Isolation Mobile is heavy, very heavy!
A few select devices support the game and you can check them all out below:
- ASUS ROG Phone II
- Google Pixel 3 / 3XL / 6 / 6 Pro
- Motorola G100
- OnePlus 6T / 7 / 8 / 8T / 9
- Samsung Galaxy S10 / S10+ / S10e / S20 / S21 5G
- Samsung Galaxy Note10 / Note10+ / Note20 5G
- Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 / S7
- Sony Xperia 1 / XZ2 Compact
- Xiaomi Mi 9
- Xiaomi Poco X3 Pro
- Xiaomi Pocophone F1
- 7 Plus
- 8 iPhone Plus
- iPhone X or higher
- iPhone SE (2020)
- iPad mini 5 (2019) or higher
- iPad Air 3 (2019) or later
- iPad 7 (2019) or later
- iPad Pro 1st Gen (2015), 12.9″ model only
- iPad Pro 2nd Generation (2017) or later
The developers also specified that other devices can also run the game, but they are not officially supported. The requirements were also disclosed. For Android devices you will need 11GB of free space and Android 10.0.
On iOS, players will need a device with iOS 14.8 and 22GB of space for installation. The developers will not allow the purchase of Alien: Isolation for players who have hardware that does not run the game.
You can check out and buy Alien: Isolation right now on both Google Play and the App Store.