SEGA today revealed new details of its Rebellion developed FPS, Aliens vs. Predator. The game will be the first to launch in SEGA's forthcoming series of Aliens game licensed by Twentieth Century Fox.
In the hands of the team responsible for the original 1999 classic, the all-new Aliens vs. Predator game will let players take the role of the three infamous species; the Colonial Marine, the Predator and the Alien. Each of the three species has its very own distinct story-driven single-player campaign mode that interweaves with the campaigns of the other two species.
Aliens vs. Predator will also feature unique 3-way online multiplayer, allowing players to pit the three species against each other in a battle for survival.
On planet BG-386 a colonist mining group discovers an ancient pyramid containing a dark secret. Across the stars a race of warriors is alerted to the discovery of their pyramid and a hunting party is dispatched to ensure that it remains sealed at all costs, whilst deep inside the ruined pyramid a malevolent intelligence awakes from centuries of dormancy.
The Marine's story: A fight against the odds, and the horrors lurking in the dark. Beset on all sides yet armed to the teeth, the Colonial Marine represents humanity's last stand with the firepower to fight back.
Alien story: Discover what it's like to be the most murderous and lethal creature in the universe, with the ability to traverse any surface with awesome agility in order to get close enough to unleash its deadly teeth and claws.
Predator story: A master of the hunt, the Predator grants the player a suite of exotic weaponry and equipment with which to stalk its unknowing prey. Earn the greatest honour by ambushing prey up-close and butchering them for a gory trophy kill.
"The original Aliens vs. Predator game was a landmark title for Rebellion, and we are both proud and excited to be revisiting the license with SEGA and Fox L&M. Our new technology will enable us to produce a truly terrifying and visceral experience," said Jason Kingsley, CEO and Creative Director at Rebellion.