‘Alien: Isolation’ Achievement & Trophy List Revealed

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Alien Isolation Achievements Trophies List

After a strong showing at both E3 and Gamescom, Alien: Isolation has become one of 2014′s most anticipated titles. CGI trailers provide a glimpse at the atmospheric setting and heart-pounding tone established by developer Creative Assembly but, thankfully, it’s the gameplay that truly has gaming and Alien fans buzzing. Alien: Isolation hands-on previews have confirmed what many have been hoping – that the Total War studio may have finally delivered a truly satisfying (and horrifying) Alien universe title.

For years, SEGA has touted each installment of the Alien gaming franchise (most recently Aliens vs. Predator and Aliens: Colonial Marines) as a return to gaming glory – a title that would finally match the innovation and excitement of Rebellion Developments’ Aliens Vs. Predator (from 1999). However, each new chapter proved to be an underwhelming addition, thanks to a wide range of problems, unable to tap the potential within the Alien movie and comic book universe. Of course, even if Alien: Isolation does crack the code and deliver an immersive Alien experience, it’s still a game – which means new trophies and achievements to earn!

Ahead of the game’s October release, the full list of Alien: Isolation achievements has been revealed.

Alien Isolation accolades

You can check out the full list (courtesy of Xbox Achievements) below but be warned that some of the achievements, even the non-hidden entires, contain SPOILERS for the game’s story:

  • Awake (10) - Completed “Closing the Book”
  • Welcome to Sevastopol (10) - Completed “Welcome to Sevastopol”
  • A Hunt Begins (10) - Completed “Encounters”
  • You Shouldn’t Be There. (10) - Completed “Seegson Communications”
  • How Do You Feel? (10) - Completed “The Quarantine”
  • Caught in the Trap (10) - Completed “The Outbreak”
  • An Outpost of Progress (10) - Completed “Seegson Synthetics”
  • Shock to the System (10) - Used the stun baton
  • Bait (10) - Completed “The Trap”
  • Hazard Containment (10) - Completed “Hazard Containment”
  • A Synthetic Solution (10) - Completed “A Synthetic Solution”
  • Consultation (10) - Completed “Consultation”
  • Survivor (100) - Completed the game on the hardest difficulty setting
  • Ripley, Signing Off (50) - Completed the game on any difficulty setting
  • The Missing (10) - Collected an ID tag
  • The Taken (40) - Collected all ID tags
  • Archivist (40) - Collected all Nostromo logs
  • Light ‘em Up (10) - Used the flamethrower
  • Just out of Reach (40) - Contacted your team and escaped Comms without being attacked by an android
  • Use With Caution… (10) - Used the shotgun
  • Every Bullet Counts (10) - Used the revolver
  • Self Defense (10) - Killed 10 humans
  • Not a Scratch (20) - Escaped from android combat without taking damage
  • A Perfect Organism (10) - Encountered the Alien in Sevastopol for the first time
  • She’s in the Vents… (20) - Used the vent system 20 times
  • I Admire its Purity (20) - Detected 30 targets with the motion tracker
  • Build to Survive (5) - Constructed an item
  • Mercy or Prudence? (50) - Completed the game without killing any humans
  • Seegson Security Bypass (10) - Performed 10 successful hacks
  • Seegson Systems Expert (10) - Completed 10 minigames successfully
  • Power Games (10) - Accessed 10 different rewire points
  • A True Engineer (20) - Constructed one of each craft able item
  • A Record of Disaster (10) - Collected an archive log
  • Voices of Sevastopol (40) - Collected 100 archive logs
  • Fault Detected (20) - Killed an Android
  • Throwing the Switch (10) - Completed “The Descent”
  • The Message (10) - Completed “The Message”
  • Hide. Run. Survive. (40) - Completed “The Quarantine” without being killed by the Alien
  • Transmission (10) - Completed “Transmission”
  • One Shot (100) - Completed the game without dying
  • Free the Torrens (10) - Completed “Desolation”
  • End of the Hunt (10) - Completed “Tomorrow, Together”
  • This Should Work (10) - Used the bolt gun
  • My Turn Now (40) - Killed an android using only the maintenance jack

At this time, the secret achievements have not been detailed but their point values have been listed below:

  • Secret Achievement (20) - Continue playing to unlock this secret achievement.
  • Secret Achievement (10) - Continue playing to unlock this secret achievement.
  • Secret Achievement (10) - Continue playing to unlock this secret achievement.
  • Secret Achievement (20) - Continue playing to unlock this secret achievement.
  • Secret Achievement (5) - Continue playing to unlock this secret achievement.
  • Secret Achievement (10) - Continue playing to unlock this secret achievement.

Alien Isolation Oculus Demo is Only Prototype

The achievement list provides an interesting mix of challenges for players to complete, pulling from a wide range of game mechanics, and places heavy emphasis on the core story experience. While the main narrative should take gamers around 15 hours to complete, the list points to solid replay value – as players can return to the Sevastopol trading facility to collect computer logs and dog tags as well as tackle overarching goals (“constructed one of each craft able item”) or situational challenges (“escaped from android combat without taking damage”). The game also includes  standard (read: less exciting) objectives that encourage players to test new weapons or mechanics (examples: “used the bolt gun,” “used the vent system 20 times,” “performed 10 successful hacks,” “completed 10 mini games successfully”).

Still, despite a heavy reliance on “Do _ thing x times” achievements, there are also several challenges that will test even the most skilled and dedicated Alien: Isolation players – especially “complete the game without dying,” “completed the game without killing any humans,” and “completed the game on the hardest difficulty setting.” Given what we know about the game’s artificial intelligence, “completed ‘The Quarantine’ without being killed by the Alien” and “contacted your team and escaped Comms without being attacked by an android” should require gamers to both master Isolation‘s mechanics as well as think on their feet.

Alien Isolation Enemies

As mentioned, trade-show previews of the title have been extremely well-received but it’s still unclear if a game that delivers methodical Run. Hide. Survive.” gameplay will be a hit in an industry that is driven by triple-A blockbuster shooting experiences. 30 minutes of slipping into vents and avoiding detection offered an intriguing sampling but does Alien: Isolation  provide enough variety to keep players interested for 15 full hours?

We’ll keep you up to date as further information on Alien: Isolation is unveiled. Until then, Run. Hide. Survive. - or just check out the Alien: Isolation pre-order bonuses.

MORE: Alien Isolation Hands-On Preview

Alien: Isolation releases October 7, 2014 for PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, and Xbox One.

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Source: Xbox Achievements

TAGS: Alien: Isolation, Creative Assembly, PC, PS3, PS4, Sega, Xbox 360, Xbox One

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  1. I hate secret achievements. Haaaaate them. Hate the concept of them. The challenge should be in the goal, not in finding out the goal.

    And I’m still not holding my breath on this one. A good contemporary Alien game? I’ll believe it when I see it.

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