The Outsider has the power, and assassins want to take it away permanently.
He is leaving the company after 18 years to spend more time with his family.
Finding his body is a bit difficult within the Typhon-infested area of G.U.T.S. on Talos I.
Apparently the Day 1 patch didn't make the game perfect after all.
It's fairly straight forward, but some initial glitches are keeping folks from finding it.
The run cuts the previous record by more than half, and let's remember that the game has been out for only four days.
We tell you how to get specially enhanced pistol from the safe in the Captain Jada Mark's office.
Part System Shock, part BioShock, and part electric shock, Prey lays the horror on thick.
It's not easy accessing the various parts of Talos I. That's why we made this guide so you can complete The Corpse Vanishes mission.
Break your enemies down into their essential crafting elements once you find this baby.
Feel too confined by Prey's FOV? We tell you how to expand it, and launch the game faster by disabling the intros.
Answer a series of questions and presto, instant recording and Neuromods.
It's difficult to find a code that is only available through a video you find later in the game.
Become the hunter in our guide to Prey from Arkane Studios.
We go from Morgan's apartment to a testing facility and back again in this part of the Prey walkthrough.
If an employee of Talos I has a code for their computer, we tell you where to find it.
Safes hold valuables and information. This guide makes access easy opening all the visible safes you will find.
Apparently Steam users can return the game within two hours and get their money back, so that is like a demo. Wait, what?
The issues were there, and Arkane fixed them. So now the game should be perfect. Right?
The demo highlights the first hour of the game and the start to Morgan Yu's bad day.