Arkane’s amazing immersive sci-fi simulation prey is currently for free through the Epic Games Store Next two more great games. And we’re going to talk about those games in a moment. But first let’s talk about what makes prey So damn good.
prey debuted in 2017 and was published by Bethesda. Developed by Arkane, the adventure stars Morgan Yu, a person trapped on a mostly dead space station filled with very dangerous, shapeshifting aliens. Don’t trust the mug on the desk of the office you just entered, it could be an alien in disguise. Eventually, you’ll also acquire some of these skills and be able to craft powerful weapons and gadgets to face the alien threat and learn the dark secret of what’s really going on… which I won’t reveal here. Go play!
prey is free on the Epic Store until May 19th. But if you stumble across this blog after that date, don’t worry. You can still grab it prey for nothing if you have an Xbox Game Pass subscription. However you get your hands on it, you get a reward. It’s one of the best games of 2017 and one of my personal favorites from the last generation.
What game is it? Spring, It’s not a sequel to 2K’s 2006 shooter prey. Instead, the 2017 game is a Immersive simulation (“imsim”), an odd genre that is both difficult to define and easy to spot. Often played from a first-person perspective, Imsims involve many interwoven game systems that can work together in novel yet natural ways, allowing you to immerse yourself in the game world and play however you choose.
Examples of ledges are Arkane’s dishonored series and system shock. Often times, these games will have you playing as a secret pacifist, a blood-thirsty maniac, or something in between. and preylike many similar Imsims, offers you tons of ways to complete missions and objectives, making it one of the most replayable single player games.
if you hit prey and realize that you long for more, Visit the moonfall extension, which is also included. It adds an all-new roguelike mode to the game, increasing the replay potential even more. Clean!
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The other two recent freebies from the Epic Store aren’t too shabby either. you can take away Redouta fast-paced futuristic racing game heavily inspired by F zero and wipeout, in vain. And you can grab it too jotun, a great looking hand-drawn action-exploration game set in Norse mythology and featuring lots of Vikings. These Vikings are very popular in games these days, right?
Again, all of these games are only free on PC via the Epic Games Store and only until May 19th. So if you’re interested, don’t wait. Now, if you’ll excuse me, I’m going to relax and take a sip from that coffee mug on my desk that… wait a minute… I wasn’t drinking