Sega has offered up some new details on the first of five planned story expansions for developer Creative Assembly’s thoroughly terrifying survival horror game, Alien: Isolation. The first bit of DLC is called Corporate Lockdown and will follow Seegson executive Ransome as he tries to escape to the Torrens with valuable Nostromo data. The DLC will bring with it three new challenge maps — Severance, Scorched Earth and Loose Ends — where you can show off your sweet survival skills with the help of online leaderboards.
Corporate Lockdown will be available October 28 for $7.99 (€6.99 / £5.59) and will be followed up by four more packs that will each follow a different playable character and unique objectives, maps and game modes.
If you haven’t grabbed Alien: Isolation yet, I suggest you get on that. In my review, I called it “hugely successful” in its attempt to build a survival horror game around one of the most influential films of all time. You don’t even need to be an Alien fan to enjoy this.
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