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Human Head Tells Gamers To Ask Bethesda About Prey 2's Status

Posted on Wednesday, December 19 @ 09:45:03 Eastern by Alex_Osborn


The developers behind the plagued project that is Prey 2 can't provide curious gamers with a proper update on the game's progress, but that hasn't stopped game designer Nathan Cheever from answering as many fan questions as possible.

In response to inquiries regarding the game's release, Cheever said on Twitter, "It'd be crazy not to release it after so many people still ask for it. Nothing beats Bountyhunting the denizens of Exodus!" He continued with another Tweet, saying, "It's up to Bethesda to decide what to do with it. The best you can do is ask them what they're thinking, like [Bethesda's VP of Marketing] Peter Hines."

With regard to whether or not it would be better suited for next-gen hardware, Cheever added, "P2 has no problems on current hardware. Next Gen would always provide more mileage, but it's not necessary since it was designed to for this gen."

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