Prey‘s latest update, version 1.04, finally brings PS4 Pro support to the sci-fi epic. The update, now available on PS4 and PS4 Pro, and soon heading to Xbox One and Windows PC, contains the following: Particle refraction enabled Additional fixes

Prey‘s latest patch, 1.02, has opened up a new wait to exploit recycling systems. The new glitch will take one item and magically change it into 48. To accomplish this, you need to put less than 1.00 of an item

Prey‘s game-breaking PC bug will be fixed this week, Bethesda has told IGN. The site’s Dan Stapleton encountered a bug approximately 30 hours into his campaign, resulting in a corruption of his save files. Reverting back to a previous save would

Prey is a super complex game, but that hasn’t stopped speedrunners from finishing it in under twenty minutes. Twenty minutes, people. YouTuber DraQu’s 19:34 playthrough is below, though says a player called Havrd owns the world record at an

Arkane has delivered the goods with Prey. A vast departure from the likes of Dishonored, Prey – alike only in name with Human Head Studios’ 2006 title – drops a level-by-level approach in favour of what Arkane calls “open space station”

Users have found a recycling exploit within Prey that will surely be patched out as a matter of priority. The recycling exploit was first found by Random Chievo’s. A bit hard to follow, eh? What you need to do is recycle elements,

Prey is available from today, and while Arkane Studios last release, Dishonored 2, was a bit of a mess on the PC, we’re happy to report that from what we’ve played so far Prey is running great. While it might be

Prey features an alternate timeline in which John F. Kennedy, or JFK, survived his assassination attempt at the Grassy Knoll. Stevivor takes you through Prey‘s alternate timeline, in which American President John F. Kennedy survived the assassination attempt in Texas, 1963.

Prey is now available, and Stevivor can confirm that Arkane Studios has fixed the issue of input lag on PS4. Prey‘s demo, released earlier this week, suffered from some notable input lag. It made Prey feel sluggish and choppy. After some

Prey is available today, and Stevivor has compared its graphics options settings on PC to that of Dishonored 2 and Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3. First, Prey’s available options: Admittedly, there’s not much there. That mirrors the launch of Arkane’s Dishonored 2, though the game

Sadly, Morgan Yu, nor the Mimics, will be able to turn into a “Not a Mimic” post-it note in Prey,  Arkane today confirmed. “Technically, you’re not able to,” use mimic powers to turn into a post-it note, Arkane’s Raphael Colantonio

“Any” of Prey‘s multiple endings could work as canon if a sequel is made, Arkane’s Raphael Colantonio today told Stevivor. “I think it’s possible for any of the endings to work,” Colantonio said after we asked which of the game’s

Update: Speaking with Stevivor today, Arkane’s Raphael Colantonio said the issue of input lag on PS4 was addressed “a long time ago.” “Oh yeah,” he told Stevivor today. “That was fixed a long time ago. Patched.” Colantonio said it didn’t make

Prey developer Arkane Studios says its “thoroughness” has doubled on PC after the abysmal release of Dishonored 2 on the platform. Dishonored 2 suffered from performance and input issues upon release, something Arkane says won’t happen with Prey. “This time we are, given what

Prey pre-loading will soon be possible on console, and later on PC, Bethesda and Arkane today announced. On PS4 and Xbox One, pre-loading will be possible from 12.01am on 28 April in North America, and from 12.01am on 29 April in Europe

Arkane takes you through a guided tour of Prey‘s Talos 1 space station in a new video. You can check it out below: Spooky, eh? Prey heads to Windows PC, Xbox One and PS4 in May, with a demo coming on