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City Interactive announced today that they’re in the process of creating a game called Alien Fear for both the XBLA and PSN downloadable platforms.  This FPS will utilize the power of the Unreal Engine 3 to bring CI’s alien world to life.  There hasn’t been a release date announced yet, but some of the art assets have been released to get an idea of what Alien Fear’s world will look like.  Check them out, and the full press release below for more details.  You’ve been fearful of aliens ever since you saw the movie with the same name…

Alien Fear Press Release

WARSAW, POLAND, April 3, 2012 — In the war on aliens, some problems are solved with the pull of a trigger. In Alien Fear, a new arcade-style, first-person shooter (FPS) from City Interactive, a fast-growing international publisher and developer of interactive entertainment, every problem is solved through superior firepower. Powered by the Unreal Engine 3, Alien Fear promises to deliver visceral, non-stop, run-and-gun action for the Microsoft Xbox Live Arcade and Sony PlayStation Network.

Alien Fear is a head-long rush of adrenaline-filled, close quarter combat where players assume the role of a highly trained elite commando on a mission of sabotage. Whether fighting across beautifully composed sci-fi vistas, or working co-operatively to buzzsaw your way through hordes of aggressive enemies, Alien Fear is a sustained burst of arcade aggression.

Alien Fear is currently in development for Microsoft Xbox Live Arcade and Sony PlayStation Network at City Interactive’s Bydgoszcz studio. Additional gameplay details and official release date will be announced in the near future.

Alien Fear concept art

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