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The highly anticipated Alien: Isolation is set to be released on October 7th, and if you’ve missed all of the intense looks at the game we’ve seen so far you can head right here to check them out.
A new video for the game has been released showing off the Survivor Mode, which will let players attempt certain things with various objectives/options, log a score, and then see how they stack up against other players.
You can find out how Survivor Mode came to exist and find out more about it in the video below.
Earlier this month it was revealed that anyone who pre-orders the upcoming video game Alien: Isolation would be given special bonus missions where they would be able to play as some of the characters from Ridley Scott’s original Alien, voiced by the original actors, including Sigourney Weaver‘s Ellen Ripley.
A new preview video for the game has been released online in which these actors talk about the original movie and the game, including chats with Weaver, Tom Skerritt, Yaphet Kotto, Veronica Cartwright, and Harry Dean Stanton with a classic old guy moment. You can watch it below.
A few days ago, it was revealed that those who pre-order the upcoming video game Alien: Isolation would receive special pre-order bonus missions involving the likenesses and voices of most of the cast of the 1979 classic movie that heavily inspired the game, Ridley Scott’s Alien, including Sigourney Weaver as Ripley.
While the thought of playing a very promising looking game as these iconic characters is extremely exciting, the general consensus on the announcement has been—and is almost every time similarly awesome exclusive pre-order bonuses are announced—that it’s not cool to force people to pay for the game in advance just to gain access to content.
But, as is usually the case, it was assumed that the two Alien bonus missions would still be made available to everyone at some point, and this has been confirmed in a statement released by SEGA. You can read the statement and watch your favorite Alien characters in video game form in the newly released trailer below.