Aliens: Dark Descent Gameplay; Release Date Revealed
Soon the Alien universe will be expanded by another work. This time, however, it is not a movie, but a tactical action game. The debut date of Aliens: Dark Descent has been revealed, and the information was accompanied by a gameplay.
Focus Entertainment and developer Tindalos Interactive revealed the release date of Aliens: Dark Descent. This tactical action game will launch on June 20 on PC, PS5, PS4, XSX/S and XONE.Along with the information we received a short gameplay giving us a foretaste of the title (below).
Recall that Aliens: Dark Descentwas announced last June during the Summer Game Fest.
During the game, players will take on the role of a marines commander sent to the moon Lethe in order to eliminate the local xenomorph population.
Interestingly, members of our team will have only one life, so if one of them deies, it will be impossible to get the character back. Therefore, in order to survive, the player will have to demonstrate excellent tactical sense.
It is worth adding that Aliens: Dark Descent is not the only game from the universe of Aliens, which is in the pipeline. The next title is being prepared by Survios together with 20th Century Games. Unfortunately, at the time of writing this news, the details of the project are not known, but we heard that it will be an "immersive action horror" designed exclusively for single player.
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