Alien Breed 2: Assault trailer


Team17’s top down extra terrestrial blaster series Alien Breed is getting a sequel on Xbox Live and Steam tomorrow. As the trailer above shows, it looks to be more of the same explosive gameplay that made last year’s remake of the 1991 classic so exciting.

The game features a new campaign seeing Conrad, the chief engineer on board a crippled spaceship, fighting for his survival and a way out of the swarming alien nightmare he has found himself in.

There is also a new mode called “Survivor” which sees the player fighting off endless hordes of aliens in the noble pursuit of a high score, as well as a two-player co-op battle mode.

“As the second adventure in the Alien Breed trilogy, we’re really happy with how much Assault adds to an already strong gameplay formula. We’ve got some awesomely destructive new weapons to purchase and upgrade, two monstrous new boss battles, and some really exciting set-pieces”, says John Dennis, Head of Design at Team17.

“Add to this our brand-new Survivor Mode, which pits players against relentless waves of enemies in either single-player or two-player co-op, and the stress-inducing, claustrophobic experience of moving ever deeper into a space station infested with blood-thirsty aliens, and you get a very strong offering that we hope will please both Alien Breed fans and players new to the game alike.”

Alien Breed 2: Assault will be available to download tomorrow, Wednesday 22 for XBLA and Steam.

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