The spiritual successor to Alien: Isolation, Alien: Blackout, has announced that it’ll be delisted this month.
Ahead of the game’s delisting on October 31st, it has a discounted price on both storefronts for just $0.99. Those who pick it up will still be able to play it after it gets delisted.
The most likely reason for this delisting is due to licensing for the Alien franchise, as is common for other games based on existing properties or use licensed IPs for certain reasons.
Alien: Blackout launched back on January 24, 2019, meaning it’s delisting comes roughly four and a half years after its release. It follows Alien: Isolation protagonist Amanda Ripley and is set after the events of the game, but is only considered a spiritual successor by publisher FoxNext.