Aliens: Dark Descent is a PC and console game that features “single player team action.”

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“Infiltrate large open levels and annihilate enemies with your squad, dispatching orders strategically and intuitively at the touch of a button,” the game’s newly launched Steam page explains. “Tread carefully, as your foes will adapt their tactics to your actions while hunting you down because death is permanent. Forge unique paths for survival, uncovering shortcuts, creating safe zones, and setting up motion trackers in a persistent world where your actions impact levels forever.”
Each of the five soldiers in a player’s squad can be customised with different classes, unique abilities, weapons, armour, and perks, and there’s what sounds like an XCOM-esque base expansion component enabling players to research new tech and further improve their squad.

In the recently announced Aliens: Dark Descent, those nasty Xenomorphs will return to PC and consoles next year. Aliens: Dark Descent is a “squad-based, single-player action game” from Tindalos Interactive and Focus Entertainment, in which players command their soldiers in real-time as they battle Xenomorphs such as Facehuggers, Praetorians, and Alien Queens, as well as rogue human operatives from the Weyland-Yutani Corporation.

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