This is the first 35 minutes of Prey, the not really a Prey game that’s nevertheless called Prey being developed by Arkane Studios and published by Bethesda. Come for the monkey wrench melee bashing and stay for those slick, Brazilian cherry hardwood floors.
We’re back for another Kotaku Splitscreen special from the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco. Today we’re joined by storied RPG writer Chris Avellone, Double Fine senior gameplay programmer Anna Kipnis, and 80 Days writer Meg Jayanth.
During the Game Awards, Bethesda showed off gameplay of the new Prey.
During QuakeCon, Bethesda showed off the first gameplay footage of the new Prey, which has very little to do with the old Prey.
It took three years to announce, but now it’s finally official: Arkane Austin is making Prey 2. Except now it’s just called Prey.
The rumors are true and the quotes dismissing them are misleading you. Arkane Studios is making Prey 2. Officials at the company behind the game just didn't want you to know yet.
The long and strange saga of Prey 2 may have a new twist: we hear that the sci-fi shooter will be rebooted by Arkane Austin, the development studio that made Dishonored.
You might be wondering what has happened to Prey 2, the delayed shooter that Bethesda was supposed to release this year. Rumors have suggested that maybe it was actually cancelled, that maybe developer Human Head Studios is no longer working on it, that maybe Bethesda has just given up.
Despite rumors, Prey 2 is not cancelled, publisher Bethesda said today. But it won't be out in 2012.
Publisher Bethesda may have axed the first-person shooter Prey 2, according to a report from Dutch gaming website PS Focus.
Prey 2 game director Chris Rhinehart walks us through all of the many things we see in that amazing Prey 2 trailer from earlier this year.
U.S. Marshal Killian Samuel goes from alien hostage to intergalactic bounty hunter in Prey 2, and these Gamescom screens show off his less-than-happy hunting grounds.
Earlier this week we posted a picture of Dawasi "Tommy" Tawodi checking out the world of Prey 2. Turns out that single image won't be all we're seeing of Tommy in the sequel to the game in which he originally starred.
Dawasi "Tommy" Tawodi might not be repeating his gig as Prey's leading man in the upcoming sequel, but that doesn't mean he won't be playing a part. even if that part involves doing his best impression of Journey front man Steve Perry.
Prey 2 had me at intergalactic bounty hunter.
No cinematic trailers or target footage here. Just a guy playing Prey 2 so you know what it actually looks like.
I haven't done a faster turnaround on a game than I did with Prey 2 the other day. Granted, that was for a cinematic trailer, so let's see how well my excitement holds up looking at something a little more practical.
Here it is, your first colorful look at the bustling alien world of Prey 2—that is, if you haven't already seen previews of the game in OXM, PlayStation The Official Magazine or any of the other print mags with a peek at Human Head and Bethesda's very different sequel.