SEGA has confirmed the new Aliens vs. Predator game for PC, PS3 and 360, and said we'll be playing it early next year.
It's still a "working title", but we have the first screenshots to look at as well as a very teasing teaser trailer, which has has lots of logos, a screeching alien, a cocked gun and a Predator fist. Blink and you'll miss it.
As we already know, original Aliens vs. Predator developer Rebellion will be behind the game, and once more the story will be split into three campaigns for each of the three species: human, alien, predator. They'll all meet and greet on the site of an ancient pyramid dug up by a bunch of colonist miners.
Aliens are stealthy and deadly up-close, remember, while marines work together in squads and use heavy weaponry. Predators, on the other hand, work alone and use camouflage, shoulder-canons and fist-claws to generally mutilate anything in site.
Online, all three species will battle for survival. And that's all the information we have. Come on, SEGA, we're ready to hear more.
Or, as Arnold would say: "Come on... Come on! Do it! Do it! Come on. Come on! Kill me! I'm here! Kill me! I'm here! Kill me! Come on! Kill me! I'm here! Come on! Do it now! Kill me!"
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