Seegson Security was a security force owned by the Seegson Corporation. In 2137, Seegson Security forces led by F. Sinclair operated aboard Sevastopol Station. They later disbanded into a violent and dangerous group of survivors when Sinclair realized that their chances of survival would increase if they went rogue.
Every Seegson Security member Amanda encounters in Sevastopol is hostile. They tend to be more likely equipped with a Model 37-12 Gauge Pump Action shotgun than that of the .357 Revolver. Their body armor makes them more resistant to damage but they can still be killed rather swiftly. As with other hostile survivors on-board Sevastopol, if Amanda is spotted from a distance, the security guards will give her a chance to leave. If she doesn't they will open fire. If they encounter Amanda much closer, they will open fire immediately.
Most Seegson Security operatives were equipped with white body armor and riot protection helmets very similar to the M3 Pattern Personal Armor and M10 Pattern Ballistic Helmet used by the United States Colonial Marine Corps in 2179, although the helmets featured a visor that completely covered the wearer's face, unlike the M10. They also wore white or blue shirts tucked into black or grey cargo pants and a duty belt, as well as running boots.
Behind the scenesEdit
Originally intended for the game were 'Seegson Private Guards'; various guns for hire that served as additional security and protection for those who could afford their service. Like Seegson Security in the main game, members of this security force were also going to go rogue and "become a law unto themselves" (as stated in The Art of Alien: Isolation), with the Colonial Marshals being "too few in number to impose any kind of order." They notably carried fully automatic firearms in conceptual artwork, something that was also completely cut from the game.
- Two Seegson Private Guard suits can be found in the Colonial Marshal Bureau, possibly indicating that the Seegson Private Guard still exist in-universe despite their removal.
- The Seegson Private Guard's guns are still referenced multiple times within the files of Alien Isolation as "SMG", hinting that these characters were taken out of the game quite late into development.