Thursday, 17 January, 2019

Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot Is An Upcoming VR Game Where You Hack Nazi Robots

Prey's Mooncrash DLC gives you a new experience – and hazards – every time Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot Is An Upcoming VR Game Where You Hack Nazi Robots
Sherri Watson | 11 June, 2018, 21:29

Bethesda unveiled the long-awaited Prey DLC called Mooncrash, a lunar expansion that's available right now. It also plans to launch new downloadable content called "Moon Crash", an "infinitely replayable" game mode that randomizes all of the enemies, hazards, and loot each time you fire up the 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". Mooncrash will feature a new story mode as well as an intense survival mode. You'll even get to unlock different characters with different abilities to play through the mode. Out tonight is a new Prey update that adds three additional modes: the difficulty reduced Story Mode; the Survival Mode which adds extra concerns like bleeding out and limited oxygen; and New Game+, which gives you new stuff to try if you've already beaten the game.

Bethesda has shown that it's continuing to embrace virtual reality during its E3 2018 presentation by announcing two brand-new VR games for more of its biggest franchises: Wolfenstein and Prey. Typhon Hunter doesn't yet have a release date, but it is expected to arrive later this year. Typhon Hunter 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".