Alien: Isolation gets 'Trauma' add-on today

Alien: Isolation is getting its second round of DLC today, with players now able to undergo serious 'Trauma.'


Just in case Alien: Isolation hasn't had enough people hiding under their tables or sleeping with their nightlights on, there's a second add-on pack making its way to the game today. A little over a month after Corporate Lockdown debuted, Sega and The Creative Assembly are coming back with the ominously-named Trauma.

Trauma adds another playable character, Sevastopol's medical officer, Dr. Lingard. Players will take her across three new Survivor Mode maps: Reoperation, Crawl Space, and Overrun. The idea is to find her research on the Xenomorph creature and destroy it before it falls into the wrong hands. As always, the Alien is on the hunt, while Lingard must also worry about the Working Joe androids that are going haywire.

Trauma is included with the Alien: Isolation Season Pass, but it is also available a la carte for $7.99 on all of the game's platforms. Those looking for an extended look at what Trauma will contain can check out the developer's 'Let's Play' below.

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