Alien Isolation’s terrifying soundscape makes a bad situation worseWritten by: / / 2 Comments
Do you know what makes a game or movie truly scary, creepy, horrific or terrifying? Dramatic orchestral strings and sudden, sharp stings! In Alien Isolation’s terrifying soundscape, it’s no different.
In a brand new developer diary for SEGA and Creative Assembly’s upcoming survival horror game, Alien Isolation, you’ll be able to bear witness to the fruit of the development team’s work on the game’s soundscape and how they’re working to make the audio and music cues work against you in tense situations.
The soundscape will also help you if you’re listening out for the dynamic Xenomorph enemy that’s actively hunting you down in the sprawling space station out in the far reaches of the galaxy. Staying away from sudden noises is probably for the best.
Also: A women stomps on some fruit:
The Sound of Alien: Isolation
Alien: Isolation is out on October 7th across Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. Don’t miss El33tonline’s current and continued coverage of the first-person survival horror game for more details.