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Prey Gone Gold for Xbox 360 and Pc

by Paul Strauss

Prey Xbox 360 Game2K Games and 3D Realms announced today that the long-awaited FPS, Prey, has gone gold for the Xbox 360 on PC. This game has been in various forms of production for many years now, and was looking very good when it was shown at E3.
According to the publisher:

“Prey is a groundbreaking first-person shooter that turns the genre upside-down with new gameplay features and next generation graphics. Breaking the traditional first-person shooter format, Prey introduces innovative gameplay elements including wall-walking, portals, spirit-walking and gravity flipping, which allows for insane eight player deathmatches.”

The game will be released on July 11th in the US and July 14th in Europe, and will be available in a regular and limited collector’s edition which will include bonus content.A downloadable PC demo is now available on the game’s official website.

Official Site – Downloadable Demo

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