Anyone who would like to learn more about the lore behind Bethesda’s new first person shooter Prey, but hasn’t got the time to wade through mountains of documents, is sure to enjoy this 60 second video which provides everything you need to know.
The highly anticipated Prey game launched earlier this month and is available to play on the Xbox one, PlayStation 4 and PC systems and has already seen a speed runner complete the game in less than 20 minutes.
To discover more about the games lore check out the video embedded below which provides everything you need in just 60 seconds.
During the space race, the Soviets launched the Vorona-1 satellite, but soon lost communication. They sent cosmonauts to investigate and were promptly killed by by shadowy alien creatures — the Typhon! Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev asked JFK for help and the Kletka Program was launched. The joint Soviet-American effort enveloped the hostile alien in a state-of-the-art space station.
But after JFK survived an assassination attempt in Dallas, he took over the Kletka Program and poured more funding and resources into research, though the project was unable to produce any results. Ultimately, the station shut down in 1998 after a Typhon breach left the research team dead. In 2030, the TranStar Corporation claimed the station, renaming it Talos-1 to study the Typhon, and in just a few short years they created Neuromods, genetic modifications giving humans Typhon powers. Totally a good idea.
You are Morgan Yu. You awaken in your apartment on Earth, but psych! You’re actually aboard Talos-1, duped via hologram. The Typhon have gone berserk and everyone is dead. Probably. Luckily, your clever, past-version of yourself left neuromods around for your groggy, amnesiac-self to find. With your new alien powers and a huge glue gun?.. you’ll unravel the mystery of Talos-1 and why your big brother, the Transtar CEO, would subject you to such horrors.
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