Posted Wed Jan 21, 2015 at 10:12 AM PST by Brian Hoss
Seems like a win for fans of the xenomorph.
When the existence of 'Alien: Isolation' first hit the public, there were a lot of questions and doubts. Could a tarnished franchise that had seen so many promising projects fall or never make release produce a success? Could it please fans? Could it escape the shame of 'Aliens: Colonial Marines?' Then, come last October, the game was released on five platforms. (Check out the review here.) And now, Sega has revealed that sales have passed one million total units.
With that sales landmark, Sega and 20th Century Fox must be exchanging high fives. Naturally, developer Creative Assembly must be pleased at the news, but it's worth noting that the game has received a steady stream of paid (DLC) and free updates since its release, not the least of which was new difficulty modes for both easier and insanely difficult was to face the game.
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