Creative Assembly Discussing Alien: Isolation Sequel on ‘Daily Basis’

By   /   Dec 11, 2014

Creative Assembly is pretty interested in creating a sequel to Alien: Isolation.

According to lead game designer Gary Napper, the studio is discussing different plots for a sequel almost every day.

“People have their own ideas for where it should go, our writers have some solid concepts and yes, we do have a great opportunity to continue her story,” he told AvPGalaxy.

There’s no information if Creative Assembly would begin work in the coming months. However if a sequel does get greenlit, Napper would prefer to stick “to the same terrifying single Alien approach”. This time though focus would also be placed on the environment and interactivity within it.

Alien: Isolation launched back in October and successfully brought the video game franchise back to life. The stealth setting was exactly what a true Alien fan would appreciate. True, there was little action, but the thought of escaping the tunnels without attracting unwanted alien attention was something that helped the game achieve high review scores.

“There were hundreds of comments supporting us and the game we made and this was heart-warming for us,” Napper added. “We all put so much effort in to deliver this vision of the alien that it was great to see people react in such a positive way.”

Would you prefer the sequel to follow the same stealth route or would you perhaps want Creative Assembly to add in more action?

Source AvP Galaxy

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