In my interview with Feral Interactive, we received the first tease of a potential Alien: Isolation () mobile release. Since then, the developer has officially confirmed that they are not only hitting iOS but also Android as a premium release. Alien: Isolation has now started rolling out worldwide on iOS with Android to follow later today. SEGA and Creative Assembly’s survival horror game has arrived on mobile in a stunning transformation. My full review for it is due out later today, but it’s even better playing it on Xbox Series X with enhanced frame rates through backwards compatibility. After how well the Switch port works, I was expecting Alien: Isolation on iOS is great with Feral Interactive having handled both, but I didn’t expect it to be so good. See Alien: Isolation Mobile trailer below:
Alien: Isolation on mobile includes all seven DLC packs for a base price of $14.99. If you are going to buy it, make sure you have enough free space. Feral Interactive recommends 22GB free to install without problems. Supported devices for Alien: Isolation iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone X (and later) and iPhone SE (2020) in terms of iPhones. On iPad, it only supports iPad Pro 2nd generation (and later), iPad Pro 12.9 inch, iPad 7 (2019) or later, iPad Air 3 (2019) or later, and iPad mini 5 ( 2019) and up. You can pre-register for it here on Google Play for Android. Android requirements are listed on Google Play. Alien: Isolation is now live (or launched depending on your location) on the App Store here. Check out our forum thread here. Have you played yet? Alien: Isolation and will you check out the mobile version from Feral Interactive today?