Alien: Isolation new DLC released

Sega have detailed and released the next in the series of DLC available for the terror-inducing Alien: Isolation.

Called Trauma, this features 3 brand new maps for Survivor Mode and a new character, Chief Medical Officer Lingard, to encourage to soil themselves as you get to crawl through the vents of Sevastopol Station.

Hide from, confront or distract a range of enemies in this new content, set in the Medical Bay of the Station, in an effort to save the survivors and destroy any trace of your alien research. Along the way, get faster access to Medikits and all manner of diversionary IEDs.
You might have a little wait on your hands to get hold of this, priced at £5.59 on Xbox One and Xbox 360, however. It’s a whopping 1.7GB on the One, 535MB on 360.

Trauma is also available as part of the Alien: Isolation Season Pass, so you’d be frankly daft if you bought it separately, again, with the Pass being £19.99 for both console formats.