I’ll be the first to admit this game terrifies me, but, I’m going to jump in soon once I clear up my backlog. Seeing Camille scared a few months back definitely helped me take my time with Alien: Isolation. The latest DLC is available today and it includes a survivor mode, which as you see in the trailer asks you to not die.
SEGA announced today that ‘Safe Haven’, the third of five Survivor Mode add-on packs for Alien: Isolation, is now available to download. ‘Safe Haven’ introduces the Salvage Challenge, a new way to play Survivor Mode, tasking players to complete a series of ten challenges without dying. With the clock ticking and wave after wave of opponents standing in your way, death has never felt quite so final.
‘Safe Haven’ also introduces a new playable character in Hughes, Sevastopol Station’s Communications Manager. Trapped in a safe room on the lower decks of the Station, his only chance of escape is to take on ten tasks provided to him through the communications terminal. Each task will require stealth and cunning, confronting a series of the station’s toughest and most resilient foes as he works to restore communications and escape his confinement.
‘Safe Haven’ is the third add-on pack for Alien: Isolation’s Survivor Mode, and sets the bar high with a far larger challenge map and a new game mode to test the mettle of Sevastopol’s most skillful survivors. With only one life to play with, each challenge accepted brings with it a new objective and enemy type where one wrong move can, quite literally, be your last. Completing challenges unlocks rewards and points, giving access to new items to collect and craft. Should players score enough points, they can be traded for a save slot at the expense of their final score and position on Alien: Isolation’s leaderboards.