Prey game 2017

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If you always thought it would be cool to see Prey make a comeback, you can thank Bethesda for making it happen.

Originally developed by Human Head Studios, Prey is getting a full reboot from the folks who brought you Dishonored, coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC in 2017. A sleek trailer shown off at Bethesda's E3 press conference Sunday night transported viewers to the year 2032, where you play the role of a man forced to explore a space station to root out alien invaders.

Prey was originally release back in 2006. Bethesda acquired the rights to the game in 2009, and in 2014 announced that a sequel to Prey was canceled. Now in the hands of Arkane Studios, Prey is coming back as what appears to be a reboot. 

Bethesda has launched an official Twitter and Instagram accounts for the game for fans to find the latest. 

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