What starts off as an exciting first day of work very quickly takes a dark turn.
Demos are a good way to decide if you want to drop $60 on a game or wait until the sales hit.
Taking all of this into consideration, there's no telling if Arkane Studios and Bethesda have a PC iteration of the Prey demo in mind, as only PlayStation 4 and Xbox One have been mentioned.
Headed to both Xbox One and PS4, the demo will serve up the first hour of gameplay, which is just enough to tease what lies ahead for protagonist Morgan Yu. The demo will be available on April 27. As you can see, there's an terrible lot you'll be able to do in the game, including transforming into smaller items so you can get a jump on the alien scourge overtaking your ship. The demo will give players the chance to explore the opening for the game, which holds a really big secret if you've been avoiding the bombardment of trailers since Bethesda's reveal at e3 a year ago.
With just a little less than a month left to go before the launch of the science fiction first-person shooter Prey, Arkane Studios and Bethesda have made a decision to announce that a game demo will be available on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One a week ahead of its release on April 27.
We regret to inform PC users that the demo will not be coming their way.
The bad news for PC players is that this is a console-exclusive demo. You find yourself alone on board Talos I, a lavish but abandoned interstellar research facility.
It's down to Yu to explore the many mysteries of Talos I, battle the Typhon, and stay alive.