Get ready to return to the cramped, alien-haunted corridors of the Sevastopol— Alien: Isolation's Lost Contact DLC is here.
In space, no one can hear you scream, but one million copies of Alien: Isolation being sold has left a lot of shrieks echoing throughout the galaxy.
It's once again that time when the members of the Writers Guild Awards get together and decide on the most well-written game of the year.
Creative Assembly has announced that Alien: Isolation's Salvage Mode DLC is going live today for all versions of the Xenomorph-filled game.
You'll be getting some new difficulty modes in Alien: Isolation, because in space, no one can hear you scream in complete frustration.
If you needed another reason to pick up Alien: Isolation, then rejoice at the fact that the Trauma downloadable content is now available.
The first DLC pack for Alien: Isolation, Corporate Lockdown, brings with it new characters, new gameplay modes, and a whole slew of new opportunities to get slaughtered by a xenomorph. Sounds fun!
Alien: Isolation is not just a brilliant homage to the original film, it's also given us plenty of reasons to be completely afraid of the dark again.
Dana Barrett chimes in on what it's like to return to voice the iconic heroine, Ellen Ripley, and why she decided to join Creative Assembly's take on the Alien franchise after passing so many other offers in the past.
Amanda Ripley's in for a wild ride as she tries to survive in Alien: Isolation. Certainly takes after her mom, don't you think?