Last year, Alien: Isolation landed with critical acclaim on a broad range of platforms, both current and last-generation. Now, the game will soon be even more widely available as its official launch on Mac OS X and Linux approaches. You can get a copy of the game on those two platforms starting on September 29th, with a dedicated release on the Mac App Store coming in early October. These versions, dubbed Alien: Isolation – The Collection, will also contain all DLC released for the game since its launch.
The release comes at a curious time in the game’s history, as most players who wanted to play the game have already picked it up on other platforms to the tune of over 2.1 million copies sold in a little less than a year. That said, SEGA has still expressed disappointment in what the company calls “weak” sales of the game, so although any change in the aforementioned figure may be slight, we may still see it grow a bit when the Mac and Linux versions launch. If you’re interested, you may want to check out the Mac version’s official system requirements to see if your machine is powerful enough to run it.