Bethesda will release Prey next year

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The first version of Prey was released back in 2006, developed by Human Head Studios and published by 2K Games. Back then, the game was not released for Sony’s console, which was quite a disappointment for the PlayStation 3 owners.

During the 2016 Bethesda E3 Showcase that took place today, the company announced the new version of Prey will be released in 2017. However, before we tell you more about this upcoming game, take a look at the official trailer that Bethesda has unveiled today:

This time around, Prey is being developed by Arkane Studios and published by Bethesda Softworks. It is good to know that Arkane Studios is the team that also developed the Dishonored series, which was well-received game critics and the gamers alike.

Prey is a first person sci-fi action game that is positioned as a reimagining of the franchise from the ground up, but with a psychological twist. You will be playing as Morgan Yu, the subject of strange experiments designed to improve the human race. The action takes place in the year 2013 in Talos 1, where you will need to find out the many secrets hiding in the depths of the space station. As expected, you will be hunted by alien creatures which have taken over the space ship. You will have weapons and abilities, and tools you will need to use in order to survive the attacks.

Unfortunately, we don’t have an exact date when Prey will be released, but Bethesda claims a 2017 release for Windows PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

What are your thoughts about the upcoming Prey game? Will you purchase it once released next year?

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