Tuesday 20 February 2018
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Prey Demo now available on Playstation 4 and Xbox One

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Bethesda Softworks, a video game developer and publisher has released the demo version of its upcoming title – Prey. Prey is a first-person shooting title, the full version of which will be arriving on Sony PlayStation 4, Microsoft Xbox One and Windows PC. The demo version, however, is only available for PS4 and Xbox One users. The title has been developed by Arkane Studios.

Prey includes a character named Morgan Yu, who survives an alien attack using different weapons and abilities.

“Available April 27 on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, Prey Demo: Opening Hour puts you in the role of Morgan Yu at the very start of the game. Your first day on the job quickly takes a dark turn, with aliens hunting down any surviving crewmembers, including you. Should the Typhon reach Earth, life as you know it will end. So slip into your TranStar uniform and download the demo in order to stop the alien invasion and save humanity,” says the Bethesda blog post.

 The sci-fi game is set in future and allows gamers play in a space station called Talos I, which is orbiting around the moon. “But when you wake up – when you step out into the main lobby – you immediately see that things have gone terribly wrong. It’s up to you as the player to figure out: How did I get here? What’s going on? How do I survive? And how do I get off this space station?” said creative director Raphael Colantonio in a separate blog post.
The new title is a rework done by Arkane on the 2006 version of the game developed by Human Head Studios.
A company representative confirmed to Polygon that the saved files in the demo version won’t be carry forwarded to the full version. When asked about the demo version of the title for PCs, the representative said, “We appreciate the enthusiasm in the PC community for Prey, and the interest in a PC demo. The team at Arkane has been fully focused on optimizing and finalizing the PC version of the game. We aim to deliver the best PC experience to our fans — and are hard at work to do just that.”