Prey is down to $20, will you buy it yet?

Prey is down to $20, will you buy it yet?

One of the best horror games of the year for a song.

One of, at least in this writer's humble opinion, the best horror games of 2017 and spiritual successor to the Bioshock franchise - Prey - is down to bargain basement pricing again. That is, at least for a limited time and when you use a code at checkout.

As a game, Prey manages to encapsulate a lot of what made the Bioshock series great - tension, narrative-focus, enivornment exploration that actually feels worthwhile - with its own unique take on sci-fi horror. It also manages to almost completely disavow any and all connection to the original Prey, which it is technically a remake of.

If you'd like to read the official USgamer take on the game, feel free to cast your eyes back to Mike Williams' review of the game earlier this year. You'll find it right here.

In order to actually get the aforementioned deal, you need just head over to NewEgg as soon as you can, add a copy of Prey on either Xbox One, PS4 or PC into your basket and enter the code EMCRKRE36 during checkout. That'll knock $40 off your total and get you the game for the cheapest price around.

For whatever it's worth, Prey has been one of my favourite games to come out this year and while it absolutely won't be everyone's kind of thing, it worked for me. At $20, it might just work for you too.

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Jamie Wallace

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Jamie is the Commerce Editor for Gamer Network and can usually be found writing about games, tech and his belief that there were never enough Jet Set Radios.

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