What's even better about the DLC is that it's available right now, so you don't have to wait at all to get your hands on it if you still have a copy of Prey. Prey: Mooncrash lets players try as many times as they like to escape an ever-changing, alien-infested moon base.
First up, Prey will be getting three separate singleplayer modes: Story Mode, for those wishing to experience the game's story; Survival Mode, which will put you into a hardcore survival scenario including oxygen levels and a bleed status; and New Game+, a much-requested feature to the original game.
More to come shortly. Peter is manning a spy satellite which is intercepting data from TranStar. In an effort to possibly counteract poor commercial performance, Bethesda has announced a slew of updates and new content heading to Arkane Studios' sci-fi horror adventure.
You don't have to pay anything extra to get some new Prey stuff, though. Trapped on the station and bound by a ruthless contract with TranStar rival KASMA Corp, Peter's only hope of seeing his family again is uncovering the moon base's lost secrets. There appears to be elements of progression, though, as the description reads, "The further you go, the better the loot - and the better your chances for survival in your next spin through Mooncrash".
The other project is called Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot and is a standalone game. For players new to Prey, there's Prey: Digital Deluxe, which includes both Prey and Prey: Mooncrash.