Prey is getting a new update and more DLC

Hunt it down.

There's a bunch of new things coming to Prey, Bethesda's survival horror shooter which launched last year.

Right now, a fresh update will add a New Game Plus and a tough Survival mode to the game.

Also available tonight is Mooncrash, a fresh DLC which will let you run through a repeatable simulation of you attempting to survive and escape from the Moon's secret TranStar base in what Bethesda calls "an infinitely replayable rogue-like campaign". It's available as a standalone download, or a DLC for the base game.

"In Mooncrash, players take on the role of a hacker named Peter who's stationed aboard a spy satellite tasked with intercepting TranStar communications," Bethesda writes. "Shortly after the events of Prey, TranStar's secret moon base stops transmitting - and now it's up to Peter to find out why. Trapped on the station and bound by a ruthless contract with TranStar rival KASMA Corp, Peter's only hope of seeing his family again is uncovering the moon base's lost secrets.

"Against all odds, Peter must escape a TranStar base rife with enemies and hazards... with the goals - and loot - changing each time you play. The further you go, the better the loot - and the better your chances for survival in your next spin through Mooncrash."

One final, free DLC is also on the way. It's named Typhon Hunter and is a "tense game of hide-and-seek between a single survivor and five other players who stalk, hunt and hide in plain sight as shape-shifting Mimic aliens". It will also contain VR modes.

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