The Creative Assembly continue to say all the right things about their upcoming horror title Alien: Islation. Their latest developer diary video stresses the importance of recreating the believable, practical lo-fi science fiction of the original Alien film, with the team promising not to create anything in the game "that couldn't have been built on the original set back in 1979".
This latest video comes courtesy of Gamespot, who released another diary discussing the title's sound design earlier this month.
Alien: Isolation is hoping to bring survival horror back to the franchise, and is coming to PC and consoles in October. It sees players take the role of Amanda Ripley, Ellen Ripley's daughter, who comes face to face with a xenomorph while investigating the disappearance of her mother.