GOG’s Summer Sale is nearing its end, but there’s still time to discuss some of its highlight releases, like Creative Assembly and SEGA‘s sci-fi survival horror game Alien: Isolation in its The Collection version.
With only a few days left before many discounts of GOG’s latest DRM-free releases disappear, Alien: Isolation – The Collection should still be mentioned, as it was one of the sale’s first titles. I already reviewed the base game back in 2017 and also gave it the short Epic Games Store free game: “Alien: Isolation” article treatment, but the great thing about this one is that it includes all the DLCs.
Of course the main game can be bought separately (as well as the additional content), but it’s worth paying a few Euros or Dollars more to receive the complete package of this thrilling survival horror title that stays true to the original movie. The collection includes new maps for the Survivor Mode with Corporate Lockdown, Trauma, and The Trigger, in addition to levels for the Salvage Mode with Lost Contact and Safe Haven. However, the biggest selling points are the story-focused DLCs Crew Expendable and Last Survivor which take place on the Nostromo and feature original characters from the first movie. Actually playing as Ellen Ripley is probably more terrifying than watching the finale.
Alien: Isolation – The Collection was originally released in October 2015 and is now available DRM-free on GOG with a 75% launch discount that lasts until June 27, 2022, at 9:59 PM UTC.