Small Screen: Sequel to Alien: Isolation launched in development
Disney has decided to launch a sequel to the critically acclaimed horror Alien: Isolation 2. This was reported by sources of the British portal Small Screen.
According to preliminary data, the project is at an early stage of production. The fact is that Disney is still only looking for a partner studio to be entrusted with the project. However, the script is already being written, and the company has a suitable development team in mind.
The original horror Alien: Isolation was released in October 2014 on consoles and PC. The Creative Assembly studio and SEGA publishing house were responsible for its development. And in 2019, the publisher Fox Next released an interim sequel on mobile devices, called Alien: Blackout.
The main character of Isolation was played by Amanda Ripley, who, in search of her mother Ellen, goes to the Sevastopol station, where she encounters a xenomorph. In Blackout, the girl helped the crew of the USS Haldin escape from an alien monster.
In 2019, the Fox film division became part of Disney, which now owns the rights to the Alien franchise. Now the House of Mickey Mouse is engaged in the production of an exclusive series, directors Ridley Scott and Noah Hawley are involved in the project.