Rebellion are up for making another Aliens vs. Predator Game

Sniper Developer Rebellion are interested in returning to the Aliens vs. Predator franchise that got them well known.

Recently, Kevin Floyer-Lea; Head of programming at Rebellion spoke to DSO Gaming in an interview and mentioned the possibility of another entry in the Aliens vs. Predator franchise; “Here at Rebellion we’ve got a particularly strong attachment to the AvP universe, so it could happen,” “We had a lot of fun playing with people’s minds on the original game by randomising spawn positions so what was a health pack turned out to be an Alien on your next play through,” he added. “So personally I’d love to see an AvP game with fully procedurally generated levels, where you literally never know what’s around the next corner.”


Rebellion’s most recent entry in the series was Aliens vs. Predator from 2010 which garnered mixed reviews from critics and in my personal opinion features one of the best levels in a first person survival horror which involved a certain club. Rebellion certainly have a right to consider fully procedurally generated levels thanks to Creative Assembly’s Highly Anticipated title; Alien: Isolation which sees the Alien having a mind of its own leading to a true survival horror experience.

So what do you think? Should Rebellion make another Aliens vs. Predator Game? Have you played their latest game; Sniper Elite III? Are you looking forward to Alien: Isolation? Be sure to let me know what you think in the comments section below and be sure to stay tuned to UGNN for all your gaming news and reviews and remember to follow us on WordPress, Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, LinkedIn, Reddit & YouTube. In the meantime, Check out the trailer for Alien: Isolation below.

Article by Matt McNamee


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