Pre-order exclusives, you either love them, or hate them. Though pre-order bonus DLC packs are like Marmite, more often than not the publisher will eventually release the DLC later down the line, and that’s exactly what’s happening with Alien: Isolation’s Crew Expendable and Last Survivor DLC’s which were announced earlier this week.
Earlier this week SEGA revealed that those who pre-ordered the spine-tingling survival horror, Alien: Isolation, would automatically get access to the Nostromo Edition which gives players some additional DLC, one of which, the Crew Expandable DLC, features the cast from the original 1979 Alien film. The second DLC that comes in this edition, the Last Survivor DLC puts players in the bad-ass-boots of Ellen Ripley, from the original film, as she tries to escape the Nostromo.
Any true acid-blood pumping Alien fan will most likely want to get their hands on this content, what if you’re not a fan of pre-orders, or want to decide yourself when you want to buy the game? Thankfully SEGA has revealed that the DLC will be on its way to players outside of the pre-order window.
“Some of you have been asking if the two pieces of content are only available through pre-order or if we’ll be releasing them at a later date as well. I can confirm today that we do plan to release both Crew Expendable and Last Survivor at a later date and we’ll have more details for you guys on that shortly,” community manager Nee wrote on the Alien: Isolation Facebook page.
Alien: Isolation is coming to PC, PlayStation 3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One in October.