Prey’s Go-Go-Gadgets and Weapons

Posted on 05 Apr 2017 by

Gelloform Lettuce Organism Obstructor, TS-QPB-S11 Quasiparticle Beam, Recycler Charge, a Psychoscope and some Typhon Lures, oh boy!

All these things sound too good to be true? Well you’re wrong! They’re very real, and you can use them in this very virtual and unrealistic game called Prey. Who doesn’t want to lure some aliens into a corridor only to get your GLOO canon out and GLOO ‘em to the wall…no one? Dad? No? Just me? Alright then..whatever.

Prey also comes equipped with the general boring standard weapons like the S4 Tactical Pump Shotgun, the PPN Silenced Pistol, a standard Disruptor Stun Gun, and your old friend from Bioshock; The Hephaestus Twist and Loop Handle Industrial Wrench. Arkane likes to call it “Heffy”, but I prefer H.T.L.H.I.W., rolls much easier off the tongue, don’t you agree?

Anyway, Prey is set for it’s official release this May the 5th on our beloved PC platform, the PlayStation 4 and Microsoft’s Xbox One.

Official Press Release

In Prey, you’re mankind’s last – and only – hope to stop the Typhon threat aboard the Talos I space station from destroying all of humanity. Along with a wide range of human and alien abilities, you’ll have a full arsenal of killer gear, gadgets and weapons to suit your needs as you take on the alien invasion. Check out this newly released video from the archives of the TranStar Hardware Lab to learn more about some of the items built onboard that you’ll have at your disposal.

Be sure to check out for even more details on your arsenal from the Hardware Lab along with insights from the team at Arkane Studios. Talos I might be a dangerous place, but with these weapons, gadgets and gear, you’ll have a fighting chance against the Typhon threat.

Set to launch worldwide on Friday, May 5, 2017 on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC, Prey is the highly-anticipated first-person sci-fi action game from Arkane Studios – creators of the award-winning Dishonored series which includes the 2012 ‘Game of the Year’ and the critically-acclaimed follow-up, Dishonored 2.

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