There are no more safe places to hide. The Alien: Isolation Nintendo Switch version is on the move. On December 5, 2019, the Xenomorph will stalk people on a whole new system, waiting for its opportunity to strike. That is, if people are willing to pay $34.99 for it.
In Alien: Isolation, players follow Amanda Ripley, daughter of the Alien series’ Ellen Ripley. When Amanda goes to the Sevsatopal station to get the flight recorder from her mother’s initial experience, the unimaginable happens and she finds herself in a situation paralleling the one her mother was originally in.
The Alien: Isolation Nintendo Switch release has a few elements that help set it apart. It makes use of the Joy-Con’s HD rumble technology, to help you really feel the terror associated with a Xenomorph. It offers gyroscopic aiming. All seven add-ons, which are Corporate Lockdown, Crew Expendable, Last Survivor, Lost Contact, Safe Haven, Trauma, and The Trigger, also come with it.
Alien: Isolation is immediately available on the PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and PC. It will come to the Nintendo Switch on December 5, 2019.