Prey gets an exhilarating launch trailer alongside additional information

Bethesda just released a new trailer to celebrate Prey’s upcoming worldwide launch on May 5. Check out the official launch trailer then step into your TranStar uniform and prepare to fight the invasion. When you awaken aboard the Talos I space station, you that find you are the key subject of an experiment meant to alter humanity forever–but events have gone terribly wrong. Talos I has been overrun by an alien force, and you must stop the Typhon threat from destroying humanity. As Morgan Yu, and mankind’s last hope, fend off the alien infestation armed with the tools found on the station, your wits, weapons and mind-bending abilities. It’s up to you…or should I say Yu, to uncover the mysteries of Talos I and safeguard the world from the Typhon threat.

What’s that I hear? You can’t wait to get your hands on the game? You can play the first hour of Prey for free on Xbox One right now. The Prey: Opening Hour demo puts you in the role of Morgan Yu, lead scientist aboard Talos I, working on a scientific breakthrough. What starts off as an exciting first day of work very quickly takes a dark turn. You find yourself alone on board a lavish but abandoned interstellar research facility. Aliens have overrun the station and are hunting down any surviving crew members, including you. Should these creatures reach Earth, life as you know it will end.

Ahead of Prey’s global release, the full Original Game Soundtrack is now available! You can listen to the game’s music on Spotify or Apple Music right now, or pick it up on iTunes, Amazon Music or Google Play. Even better, you can check out Mick Gordon’s music in the free demo too.

No stranger to space, Mick’s work has appeared in a plethora of games in partnership with Bethesda, including a recent trip to Mars with the award-winning soundtrack for Doom from id Software. However, Mick took Prey in a completely different direction, building a diverse soundtrack that combines ambient arpeggiated guitars and heart-thumping synth beats. The result lends itself perfectly to the tense, menacing journey to uncovering the mysteries surrounding Talos I and facing off against the alien threat that has taken over the station.

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