Alien: Isolation is one of the best console games to come out this fall, giving fans of the sci-fi horror movie series perhaps its best ever translation in video games. Today, developer The Creative Assembly and publisher Sega announced that the first of five post-release DLC packs for the game, Corporate Lockdown, will be released on October 28 for the Xbox One and Xbox 360, among other platforms.
Here's a quick description of the pack:
"In 'Corporate Lockdown', Seegson Executive Ransome has learnt that he has been abandoned by his paymasters. Knowing that the Torrens is on the way, he decides to make his escape and hitch a ride on board, taking decoded Nostromo data with him. However, while escaping he wants to tie up a few loose ends… Across three new challenge maps, 'Severance', 'Scorched Earth' and 'Loose Ends', players are challenged to compete against others through Alien: Isolation's online leaderboards, to escape the station in the fastest possible time or attain the top score through numerous side quests and hidden bonus objectives. New to 'Corporate Lockdown' is the addition of Gauntlet Mode where players are challenged to top the Gauntlet Mode leaderboards by completing all three challenge maps back-to-back without dying."
Corporate Lockdown will cost $7.99 to download separately. Sega is also offering a Season Pass for Alien: Isolation, which will give players access to all five planned DLC packs for 25 percent off their normal price. Have you played the game and if so do you think it stays true to the spirit of the original 1979 film?
Source: Alien: Isolation website