Some Users Are Apparently Having Issues With The Pre-Order Bonuses For Alien: Isolation on PS4

Can you hear all those screams? Those are screams of frustration.

Posted By | On 08th, Oct. 2014 Under News | Follow This Author @Pramath1605


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Alien: Isolation just launched yesterday, and while it wasn’t everything that we would have wanted from an Alien game, it was probably still great enough for most Alien fans to feel satisfied with the game. A lot of these hardcore Alien fans probably pre-ordered the game to get some sweet pre-order bonuses: specifically, two extra DLC missions that people who pre-ordered would be able to access for free.

However, now it has come to light that a few users seem to be having issues with accessing these pre-order bonuses on the PlayStation 4– apparently these codes don’t seem to be working for them. The issue seems to be inconsistent, as some users are complaining that none of the codes are working, and some are stating that one or the other is. It’s apparently bad enough that The Creative Assembly took to its Twitter to assure everyone that it would be looking into the issue.

Hopefully this gets sorted out soon enough, so everyone can get in with enjoying the game anyway.

 


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  • d0x360

    I am thankfully not one of them. Walked into GameStop on launch day and asked for a ps4 copy and walked out with the nostromo edition without pre ordering. Pre order bonus’s are total bs. You buy any day 1 copy and you get the bonus.

    My code worked just fine but I’m waiting till I finish the main game. That is of course if I finish as I’ve heard from many places that the game is 10 hours too long and it should have ended around 5-6 hours in.

    I’m not sure I even like it yet. The fact that the alien has no routine is OK but the damn robots that you can’t easily get rid of are an issue. They drain the fun away. I love hardcore stealth games but not being able to attack and also having an enemy that follows no set paths sounds great but in practice ends up being both a pro and a con.


 

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