Prey is the newest game from Bethesda and Dishonored studio, Arkane. This Prey guide will serve as a hub for all of our game content, and we’ll teach you everything you need to know to find all of the Prey collectibles, all the guns, and unlock all of the powers so you can become a master at mimicking the world around you. Our Prey walkthrough will also include how to find all of the important items as you play through the game. Not sure if the game will run on your computer? Check out the PC Requirements at the bottom of the article.
The game features some of the same style of features as previous Dishonored titles, like the “play how you want” feature, which leaves each encounter open to many different possibilities for completion. In Prey players take on the role of Morgan Yu, a scientist who find themselves onboard the Talos 1 station after a deadly attack by an alien lifeform that can mimic the environment and objects around it.
Prey Quick Tips
- Mimics make chittering noises when they are camouflaged. Listen out for this sound, and then try to get the first hit on any mimics in your area.
- Sometimes, if you watch carefully, you can see mimics moving while they are camouflaged. This makes spotting them easier, which can allow you to get the drop on them before they can attack you first.
- Conserve your ammunition, and always pick up every item you can. Later on you can recycle or even dismantle items for new materials, which you can then use to create ammunition or even entire weapons.
- Watch your inventory, it can fill up fast, so try not to get overloaded with nowhere to turn. Break down items you don’t need and then make use of them to craft ammunition or other items.
- Find a gun quickly. While the Wrench can be useful, it’s going to become increasingly harder to defeat the different Typhon, like Phantoms, with just the Wrench and your Gloo Gun.
- You don’t have to fight every enemy you spot. You can find crawlspaces and other paths that will allow you to sneak around them.
- Use the environment to your advantage. Throw objects at enemies, or lure them into a Turret’s line of sight to help thin out the herd and then deal with the rest when it’s clear.
- Search everything. You need items to craft more ammunition and other things, so be sure to pick up any materials you spot along the way. You’ll also want to go out of your way to explore things, as you’ll often find ways around locked doors and other barricades.
Prey Walkthrough Part 1 – First Day on the Job
Begin your journey in Prey by checking out your apartment and the surrounding area.
Prey Walkthrough Part 2 – Breakout
As you continue through Prey you start to figure out what exactly is going on!
This section of our guide will feature any guides that we produce for the game, such as how to get a gun, what the best upgrades are, and so on. Check back often for updates!
How to Get a Gun
Learn how to get your first gun.
All Workstation Passwords
Learn how to find all the passwords you need to unlock every workstation.
All Safe and Door Keycodes
Discover how to find and obtain the door and safe keycodes you need in Prey.
How to Change FOV, Disable Intros
Learn how to increase or decrease your FOV and disable any intro videos.
How to Get the Disruptor Stun Gun
Learn how to get this handy stun gun in Prey.
How to Get the Huntress Boltcaster
Find out where you can find the Huntress Boltcaster in Prey.
Prey’s Ending Explained
Not sure what the ending means? Here’s what we gathered from our playthrough.
How to Get All Endings, Alternate Endings
Learn how to obtain the three endings in the game.
How to find the Maintenance Tunnel Code
Learn the location of the Maintenance Tunnel in the G.U.T.S.
How to Complete the Treasure Hunt Quest
Learn how to find the hidden treasure code and complete the Treasure Hunt side mission in Prey.
How to Find Josh Dalton, Get the Q-Beam
Learn the location of crew member Josh Dalton, and how to get the Q-Beam.
How to Get the Golden Gun
Find out how to get the Golden Gun in Prey.
How to Get Typhon Neuromod Upgrades
Learn how to enable Typhon-based Neuromod upgrades.
Where to find the Neuromod Blueprint
Find out where the Neuromod Blueprint is, and how you can unlock it.
Prey PC Requirements
Want to play Prey on your PC? Here’s the system specs you’ll need to meet to play smoothly.
- CPU: Intel i5-2400, AMD FX-8320
- GPU: GTX 660 2GB, AMD Radeon 7850 2GB
- Memory: 8 GB
- CPU: Intel i7-2600K, AMD FX-8350
- GPU: GTX 970 4GB, AMD R9 290 4GB
- Memory: 16 GB
Prey is available on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One tomorrow, May 5. We’ll be updating our guide hub constantly with new articles, so make sure you check back often for updated material, guides, and articles to help you complete your journey and take down all your enemies on Talos 1.