Bethesda announces Prey and Wolfenstein VR games at E3 2018

Bethesda announces Prey and Wolfenstein VR games at E3 2018

This marks the first DLC that Bethesda's space game has received, but even though Prey officially launched just over a year ago in May 2017, there's still without a doubt a dedicated fanbase that's ready to return to Talos 1 and beyond.

Meanwhile, the Mooncrash DLC offers "infinite replayability", with its dynamic enemies and other dangers. Now Peter, a hacker stationed aboard a spy satellite tasked with intercepting TranStar communications, must find out why.

There'll also be new Prey DLC later this summer - Typhon Hunter will essentially be a prop-hunt mode, as five players disguised as mimics get to take on one human player character. Trapped and under a ruthless contract with KASMA Corp, Peter's only hope of ever seeing his family again is uncovering the moon base's lost secrets.

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In Prey: Mooncrash, TranStar's secret moon base stopped transmitting shortly after the events of Prey.

Prey: Mooncrash was announced during Bethesda's E3 2018 show and is available to download right now.

The Wolfenstein series is getting a VR version, called Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot. For players new to Prey, there's Prey: Digital Deluxe, which includes both Prey and Prey: Mooncrash. Out tonight is a new Prey update that adds three additional modes: the difficulty reduced Story Mode; the Survival Mode which adds extra concerns like bleeding out and limited oxygen; and New Game+, which gives you new stuff to try if you've already beaten the game.