New PREY Viral Marketing Video Reveals More About The Mysterious Aliens

New PREY Viral Marketing Video Reveals More About The Mysterious Aliens

Aboard the space station Talos I, it's up to Morgan Yu to prevent a full-on galactic infestation by the alien Typhon. Learn more about each of Typhon's various species in this all new research video from Prey.

Meet the Mimmic, Weaver, Telepath and Phantom Typhons in the viral research video from the TranStar Corporation. Of course, as the video implies, there will be many more species of Typhon to discover in the first-person shooter from Bethesda Softworks and Arkane Studios.

Interest in Prey is high, as gamers have described the footage as a mixture of BioShock, Deadspace and the graphic style of Dishonored. Still, a vast majority of players are stating that they'll be waiting for reviews before deciding on making a purchase.

Prey arrives on the Xbox One, PS4 and PC on May 5.

Something has gone very, very wrong aboard Talos I. What began as an experiment aimed at bettering humanity has turned into a full-on alien infestation by the previously contained entities called Typhon. Morgan Yu, who is at the center of these experiments, now must fight the Typhon aboard the highly advanced space station owned by the TranStar Corporation.

With a full ecology, the Typhon aliens are more than just shadowy creatures hell-bent on destroying the human race.

Prey is a reboot of the original 2006 game of the same name from Human Head Studios.  When the intellectual property was sold to Bethesda, a true sequel was orginally intended to be released before development issues led to that project being scrapped and a full-blown reboot put into development.  Only the alien species from the first game were retained for the reboot as a completely new plot was commissioned by Bethesda.

Prey will be available on May 5, 2017, on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.

Rated M for Blood, Language,  Use of Alcohol and Violence

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