Get Ready To Fight The Invasion As Prey Is About To Launch


The latest trailer for Prey has been released and shows us even more gameplay that the Prey demo has yet to offer all to get us excited

Only a few more days and we'll be playing Prey in its full and final version. Well as final as it can be as of May 5th as there is already word of a day one patch going to be needed from Arkane Studios to make sure the game is running and top performance, but that seems to be the norm nowadays given the certification process for the PS4 and Xbox One versions of games. I guess technically the PC versions as well as I am sure that Bethesda already had those physical versions of Prey put to disc, if they still do that, and that Steam has its own way to handle updates instead of them just pushing it all out.

None the less, we have here today what will most likely be the final trailer for Prey before it launches on this Friday. I am sure there will be other promotional materials as the life-cycle continues for the game and if there is DLC to come at a later date. For now though this is what we have, besides the demo on the consoles, to do the final sale for Prey before the big day. It does house a little bit of new gameplay footage for the core story so at least there is that even if it is a bit on the light side of it all. This is supposed to be here to get us all jacked up for the game though and not truly show off much in the end.

Prey — Launch Trailer

When you awaken aboard the Talos I space station, you that find you are the key subject of an experiment meant to alter humanity forever – but things have gone terribly wrong. Talos I has been overrun by an alien force, and you must stop the Typhon threat from destroying humanity. As Morgan Yu, and mankind’s last hope, fend off the alien infestation armed with the tools found on the station, your wits, weapons, and mind-bending abilities. It’s up to you to uncover the mysteries of Talos I and safeguard the world from the Typhon threat.

You can play the first hour of Prey for free on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The Prey Demo: Opening Hour puts you in the role of Morgan Yu, lead scientist aboard Talos I, working on a scientific breakthrough. What starts off as an exciting first day of work very quickly takes a dark turn. You find yourself alone on board a lavish but abandoned interstellar research facility. Aliens have overrun the station and are hunting down any surviving crew members, including you. Should these creatures reach Earth, life as you know it will end.

Are you ready to give Prey a solid play through or are you still holding off? Did the demo do what I am sure Bethesda and Arkane Studios was hoping and already sold you on the game or do you still want to see more? Do you think that we will have some solid and massive DLC for the game at some point or will it all be minor if at all? Let us know your thoughts on this and more down in the comments. For more on Prey though, be sure to stick around here on the site as we will have it all as we can.