Prey reboot announced (again) at E3 2016

Brodie Fogg 13 June 2016

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"Good morning Morgan, you're not going to like what I have to say next": Bethesda announces Prey 2, now known as Prey, at E3 2016.

The long awaited follow-up to 2006's Prey has been announced at Bethesda's E3 2016 showcase. Arkane Studios - which is currently working on Dishonoured 2 - is also working on the game which is slated for a 2017 release on PC, PS4 and Xbox One. Check out the trailer below:

Keynotes for E3 2016 will continue throughout the week. Our complete guide to E3 keynote streams will show you when you can watch live streams of all those keynotes in Australian time.
Prey 2 is one of more than 200 new titles which are expected to be discussed during the show. While that means lots of excitement for gamers, you might need to temper your enthusiasm a little. An analysis by finder suggests that almost two-thirds of the games announced in press conferences at last year's E3 still haven't been released
Find out everything you need to know about E3 2016 in our comprehensive round-up.

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