Dead Space 3 presented a pretty radical departure from the first two games in the sci-fi horror series. Too many fetch quests and co-operative play made Isaac Clarke's third outing against the Necromorphs feel less scary and atmospheric than DS1 & DS2. But, most of all, longtime Dead Space fans missed the freaky hallucinations that made Isaac Clarke doubt his own sanity.

But, you don't have to worry: the mindfuckery is coming back.

Next week's Awakened DLC is an epilogue to Dead Space 3's main storyline that pits Isaac and partner character John Carver against crazy Unitology cultists on the derelict wreck of the Terra Nova. At a recent preview, an EA representative told Kotaku that head trips are going to be a major part of Awakened and that those who play as Isaac will experience up more hallucinations in the DLC than in the whole game. You can still play co-op, too.

If you want the horror to come back to Dead Space 3, then you should know that Awakened is coming to PSN, Xbox Live and Origin on March 12. European PSN gets it on March 13.

Dead Space 3's Awakened DLC Brings Back Those Horrific Hallucinations

Dead Space 3's Awakened DLC Brings Back Those Horrific Hallucinations

Dead Space 3's Awakened DLC Brings Back Those Horrific Hallucinations

Dead Space 3's Awakened DLC Brings Back Those Horrific Hallucinations