Survios and 20th Century Games Join Forces for New Extreme-Horror Game in Alien Land
More Information to be Revealed at San Diego Comic-Con 2022
LOS ANGELES – July 14, 2022 – Survios, a platform game development and publishing house, today announced a new partnership with 20th Century Games to develop the massive single-player, action-packed horror game set in the iconic Alien world and built for PC, console, and VR. More details about the upcoming ALIEN game will be revealed at the ALIEN: Dark and Horror Extended panel at San Diego Comic-Con on July 21, 2022 from 2:00PM – 3:00PM, in Room 28DE.
“When I joined Survios in 2020, it was to build great and exciting games, using the best franchises for consoles, PC, and platforms. of VR,” said TQ Jefferson, Chief Product Officer at Survios. “Aliens is an eerie and terrifying world that fans love to live in, and it’s a perfect fit for Survios to create an immersive gaming experience.”
“The Alien universe is full of unprecedented stories, and opportunities to create original games,” said Luigi Priore, vice president, Disney, Pixar and 20th Century Games. “We are excited to work with a team like Survios who share our passion for Alien, and to immerse fans in new worlds and experiences.”
Survios continues to grow its top development team with creative professionals and veterans from the entertainment and games industry. For opportunities to work on the new Aliens game, please visit survios.com/Aliens.
Survios is a leading multi-platform game development studio that produces and publishes exciting experiences in popular licensed worlds and its own original assets. The LA-based company has worked with a variety of beloved IPs from The Walking Dead to Westworld, and more recently the Creed and Rocky franchises. In 2021, Survios also launched its own publishing arm, 2124 Publishing, to support the indie game development community. For more information, please visit www.survios.com.
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