Published: Mon, June 11, 2018
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

E3 2018: Prey Is Getting A Horrifying Take On Hide-And-Seek This Summer

E3 2018: Prey Is Getting A Horrifying Take On Hide-And-Seek This Summer

During the Bethesda E3 press conference this evening, Bethesda announced Wolfenstein: Youngblood.

A new entry in the Wolfenstein series, Wolfenstein Young Blood, has been revealed by Bethesda today.

What was completely unexpected was Wolfenstein: Youngblood, not least because the excellent Wolfenstein II (out on Switch on June 29) never sold anywhere near as much as it should have.

Not too long ago, Bethesda announced several new titles that would include virtual reality (VR) support.

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As you can probably tell from the image above, Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot will be compatible with PlayStation VR. It's getting VR support, and will also sport a solo experience.

As a cyberpilot you're going to take control of some nasty Nazi vehicles, turning them against their makers in a bid to alter the course of the war.

But that's still not all of Bethesda's first person games. Typhon Hunter VR (for which there will also be a non-VR version) will come as a free multiplayer update to the upcoming Prey DLC called Mooncrash. Called Typhon Hunter, the new mode will debut Summer 2018.

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