[embedded content] Prey doesn’t release until May 5 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC, but if you want to play it early, the free demo is now available through the PlayStation Store (North America, Europe) and other digital stores. It lets you play the opening hour of the game and is a 13.6GB download. If you’re planning on buying Prey, the digital pre-order through the PlayStation Store is 10% off for PlayStation Plus members. Depending on your region, the PS4 version of Prey will take up between 38.2GB and 39.5GB, Bethesda has confirmed. Additionally, there will be a day one update, but further details weren’t provided today. “Future patches and DLC will increase the free space requirements [of 42GB at launch],” Bethesda adds. “The maximum amount of space for save files allocated to the title is 1 gigabyte, with at least 44.05 megabytes of space required to create the profile on first boot, and each save file requiring 10.49 megabytes of space.” Pre-loading for the PS4 version of Prey will begin at midnight EST on April 28 in North America, and at midnight by territory on April 29 in Europe. It will then unlock at midnight by territory on Friday, May 5. When Game Revolution reached out…
Next Friday, Arkane Austin will release their newest game, Prey, closing the loop on a minor four-year meta-story involving that studio and me. It’s only fitting that one of Prey’s achievements is a shoutout to Press Sneak Fucks. Advertisement Some context: in May 2013, I reported that publisherBethesda had tasked Arkane Austin (Dishonored) with developing a reboot of the ill-fated Prey 2. Shortly afterwards, Arkane creative director Raphael Colantonio sent out a rowdy e-mail: When Arkane announced their rebooted version of Prey last year (after at first denying that they were making it), Colantonio wore a t-shirt that I sadly was not able to get my hands on: And now Prey has this achievement: Bethesda still doesn’t acknowledge our existence, but here’s the blunt truth I’d offer Colantonio if they let me sit down with him for an interview: I think Arkane is full of talented people, I can’t wait to play their game, and I appreciate that they have a sense of humor about all this. READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!
Today, Prey’s previously announced demo launches onto PS4 and Xbox One. And to celebrate, developer Arkane Studios and publisher Bethesda have released the official demo launch trailer. …Read More The post Prey Demo Out Today on PS4 and Xbox One; Launch Trailer Released by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.
Prey from Dishonored developer Arkane Studios and publisher Bethesda is right around the corner. The highly-anticipated first-person action-adventure game with some science fiction horror elements is set to release on PS4, Xbox One, and PC on May …Read More The post Prey Post-Launch DLC Confirmed; Impossible to See All Alien Powers in One Playthrough by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.
Today, developer id Software and publisher Bethesda released the third trailer in its Arena trailer series (you can check out the first here and the second here): showcasing the Ruins of Sarnath. …Read More The post Quake Champions Gets New Trailer Showcasing the Ruins of Sarnath Arena by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.
A new character trailer for The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind just dropped. Bethesda shows off the lively city of Vivec. …Read More The post Elder Scrolls Online Trailer Shows Off A Little More of Morrowind by Jordan Loeffler appeared first on DualShockers.
There are some Fallout fans who consider Fallout: New Vegas to be the best entry in the series. Though that game is indeed great, it hasn’t aged well over the years. Thankfully, a group of modders have gotten together to update New Vegas with the engine from Fallout 4. This ambitious project is being led by a modder named Sir_Bumfrey. As he explained on Reddit, he is in charge of handling the world design of the mod. He has tasked his friends with creating quests and handling scripting. The project is still in its earliest stages, but so far, the towns of Goodsprings and Primm have been finished. See how they are coming along in the video below. [embedded content] Though recreating an entire open-world game map sounds like a daunting challenge, Sir_Bumfrey says it isn’t as difficult as it may seem. In fact, it may get easier over time given how New Vegas was designed. “I have to recreate all the buildings from scratch, but the good thing about New Vegas is that many of the buildings are actually exact copies of others on the map. Essentially the more of READ FULL STORY AT GEEK!
Ever wonder what Fallout: New Vegas would look like in in a newer engine? One modder is trying to make that fantasy into a reality, and the progress is sweet. Advertisement The project is the work of Sir_Bumfrey_Diggles, who has already managed to craft Goodsprings and Primm, as you can see in the footage below: Sir_Bumfrey says he is handling the world design of this mod, while his friends will be doing some quests and scripting to make New Vegas come to life. The whole thing still appears to be in very early stages, but what’s there is still pretty exciting for those of us who long for a New Vegas remake. “I have to recreate all the buildings from scratch, but the good thing about New Vegas is that many of the buildings are actually exact copies of others on the map,” Sir_Bumfrey wrote on Reddit. “Essentially the more of the world I build, the quicker I can build. Advertisement “The textures are definitely a bit different as well. I have found textures that can roughly replace the ones from New Vegas but not all of them are going to be perfect.” “The aim of this mod is not…
Modiphius Entertainment has announced a new tabletop miniatures game based on Bethesda’s Fallout universe. …Read More The post Fallout Gets a New Tabletop Miniatures Game by Jordan Boyd appeared first on DualShockers.
In honor of Earth Day, Bethesda has released a new trailer for Prey that centers around recycling and crafting. …Read More The post Prey Receives New “Recycle Everything” Trailer to Celebrate Earth Day by Logan Moore appeared first on DualShockers.
In 2006 there was a video game called Prey. You played as a Cherokee dude shooting aliens in first person on a big space station. For years developers tried and failed to make the sequel the original ending teased. Meanwhile, Arkane Studios started developing its own game about shooting aliens on a big space station in first person, and because Bethesda owned the rights to the Prey brand, we’re finally getting a new Prey by sticking the name of this game. While Prey 2017 may be just a spiritual successor to the original at best (like Final Fantasy for sci-fi shooters) the ideas it’s synthesizing from other games give me some faith. If Dishonored was Arkane Studios basically making a new Thief, Prey is the team’s attempt at making a new System Shock, along with the other sci-fi immersive sims that classic inspired. The demo I played limited me to one section of the haunted, haunting alien-infested space station. But it was a fairly dense and scientific environment where I could test how the systems interacted with each other, and I was pleasantly surprised by the variety of the results. Along with standard shotguns and Half-Life wrenches, I also READ…
Today, developer Arkane Studios and publisher Bethesda released a new Prey video that offers up a tour of the game’s setting: the Talos I. …Read More The post Take a Tour of Talos I in New Prey Video by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.
Today, developer id Software and publisher Bethesda released the sixth character trailer, highlighting the champion Galena. …Read More The post Quake Champions Gets New Character Trailer Highlighting Galena by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.
[embedded content] When The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind launches this June, it’ll introduce a new class called Warden. Today, Bethesda released the gameplay trailer above, showcasing its unique abilities. Here’s how the studio describes Warden: Revealing themselves to the world for the first time, Wardens possess a wide assortment of abilities to help defend the wilds and people of Tamriel. With the versatility to act as a damage dealer, a healer, or protector (or any combination in between) the Warden’s powerful and unique nature-based magic brings an entirely new element to ESO. The Warden can be fully customized based on your choices and your playstyle — summon the fearsome War Bear, encase yourself in rock-solid ice, or conjure healing plants from the soil. Offering more than 30 hours of main story content, Morrowind launches worldwide on June 6 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. You can find more details on the upcoming content here. READ FULL STORY AT PLAYSTATIONLIFESTYLE!