Pre-order trailer for Alien: Isolation released

New pre-order trailer for Alien: Isolation drops as Sigourney Weaver says she's "touched" by the game's story.

A pre-order trailer for Alien: Isolation has been released today.

The trailer for Creative Assembly’s upcoming title based on the 1979 Alien movie directed by Ridley Scott teases the bonus content for gamers who pre-order.

Yesterday, SEGA unveiled that special bonus content for pre-orders will see the cast of Alien reunite including Academy Award nominee Sigourney Weaver.

Speaking of Weaver, she recently spoke to The Associated Press and said that she was very “touched” by the subject of Isolation.

“The idea of the game is that Ripley’s daughter, Amanda, who actually in my role as Ripley in the second one, I had come back to earth after she died and so when they said ‘we want to follow Amanda looking for you’…. I was very touched by that,” said Weaver.

Announced back in January, Isolation is set in 2137, 15 years after the events of Alien and follows Amanda Ripley as investigates her mother’s disappearance. Whilst searching, she has to evade the ruthless Xenomorph as it stalks and kills deep in the shadows of a decommissioned trading station in the fringes of space.

Out on October 7th, it’ll be available for Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PC.

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