Alien: Isolation DLC 'Corporate Lockdown' Details: New Maps, Playable Character And Gauntlet Game Mode Available Next Week

By Connor Sears , Updated Oct 21, 2014 01:32 PM EDT
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Sega announced today the first DLC pack for the recently released survival horror game Alien: Isolation. Titled "Corporate Lockdown," the DLC pack includes three new levels for the game's Survivor Mode and a new playable character to tackle them with.

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"Corporate Lockdown" lets the player take on the role of Seegson Executive Ransome. As the white-collar businessman, the player's objective is to flee the Alien-infested confines of the Sevastopol Station, but not without grabbing some valuable information first. What's survival horror without a little bit of corporate espionage?

The DLC pack offers access to three new maps – Severance, Scorched Earth and Loose Ends – and players are encouraged to take to the Internet and fight for the top spots on the game's leaderboards. Players can either try to speed-run through the levels as quickly as possible or they can go for highest point totals by completing secondary objectives. "Corporate Lockdown" also comes with a new Gauntlet game mode, where players can attempt to take on all three new levels without getting themselves killed.

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Alien: Isolation has been confirmed for five DLC packs, "Corporate Lockdown" being the first. Each of the DLC packs will introduce the player to a new playable character while adding other maps and game modes along the way. All five DLC packs are available in the $29.99 season pass. Players can also pick up "Corporate Lockdown" independently starting October 28 for $7.99 – and it's probably safe to assume that the other individual DLC packs will be priced similarly. The whole set of five is planned to be released by March.

Alien: Isolation is now available for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC.

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