SEGA and MJD Interactive bringing Alien: Isolation augmented reality game to San Diego Comic Con

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San Diego Comic Con is fast approaching, and SEGA has some unique plans for The Creative Assembly’s upcoming Alien: Isolation. In collaboration with MJD Interactive, SEGA will allow attendees to play a mobile game created to promote the upcoming first-person horror title. Players will use a motion tracker to keep track of a digital alien as the player traverses the convention. The end goal is to find a seven foot tall alien egg hidden somewhere at the event. SEGA is also teasing that things besides an alien and an egg will be hidden, waiting to be found. What happens once players find the giant egg? SEGAbits will be attending San Diego Comic Con, so when the event hits we’ll be sure to check this out and report back!

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One response to “SEGA and MJD Interactive bringing Alien: Isolation augmented reality game to San Diego Comic Con

  1. Kori-Maru says:

    I wish I was there again for this.

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