Alien: Isolation was undoubtedly one of the biggest videogames on show at E3 2014 this week. The title has raised the hopes of both franchise and survival horror fans by aiming to deliver an authentic, atmospheric and twisted cat and mouse experience. Better yet, the title also confirmed supported for the Oculus Rift virtual reality (VR) headset during the event, and was even playable on the device at Oculus VR’s booth. VRFocus has covered the reveal extensively in the past week, and now has a new batch of in-game screenshots to show off.
A total of five new images can be seen below, giving an in-depth look at the title’s haunting space station environment. Oculus Rift support wasn’t the only thing that developer The Creative Assembly revealed at E3, also showing off its new humanoid enemies, one of which can be seen in another image. And of course, the set wouldn’t be complete without a few glimpses of the iconic Xenomorph alien that hunts players throughout the title’s campaign.
Alien: Isolation casts players as Amanda Ripley, daughter of Ellen Ripley for the film franchise. As a first-person horror experience, the title asks players to hide from enemies more often than it does fight them. The title is due for release on PC with Oculus Rift on October 7th. It will also be coming to Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4. Support for the Project Morpheus virtual reality (VR) headset is yet to be confirmed. VRFocus will continue to follow the title’s progress going forward and report back with any more updates.