In the alternate future of Prey, President Kennedy survives the assassination, which sets off a turn of events leading to the central conflict. After recovering from the attempt on his life, Kennedy threw his nation further into the space race by taking control of a U.S./Russian joint program and transforming a Russian satellite into a fully functional R&D facility meant to study non-terrestrials. This facility later became Talos I, a highly advanced space station owned by the TranStar Corporation.
After awakening on Talos I, Morgan finds the station overrun by a previously contained non-terrestrial entity called Typhon, which the scientists had been studying and using to improve the scope of human abilities. Aided by strange alien-based powers, Morgan must survive the incursion, uncover the mysteries surrounding the Typhon and save humanity from the impending danger aboard the station.
Prey will launch in 2017 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. -Bethesda
Prey is a cool twist on an alternate history of our current world. The game sort of reminds me of Prometheus except that it takes place just outside of earth. A cool concept about this game is that Morgan sort of has to become these monsters (Typhons) or at least part of them in order to defeat them. The Talos 1 orbits itself around the moon. Give up on finding life on mars, they can’t even get a hold of the life found just outside of the earth’s surface.