June 23, 2006

Prey Collector's Edition Box Art & A Dedication

A few days back we posted the final box art for both the PC & Xbox 360 versions of Prey. Today we're here to bring you what the final version of the Limited Collector's Edition box arts look like. As you may remember, the LCE comes with not just the game, but some extra goodies. A couple of pewter figures, a booklet on the Art of Prey, and other cool stuff. This all comes in a cool metal box, so here's what you'll see when you get your copy.

If you haven't pre-ordered yours, we've recently expanded the pre-order program that is available in North America & Canada with additional outlets to pre-order from. Remember, if you pre-order you get the third pewter figure (Mutate) as well, so if you're interested in all the figures, pre-ordering the LCE is something you're going to want to do. You can check out the full details of the pre-order program on our site here.

Finally, now that Prey is out, we wanted to take this moment to remember a fallen comrade, William Scarboro. William was one of the orginal Prey team back in 1995, he worked here on Rise of the Triad as well. Unfortunately, and quite sadly, William died in August of 2002 of an asthma attack. It is to my great pleasure that he is remembered 11 years later upon the release of Prey, as the entire game has been dedicated to William, Prey's original lead programmer. If you've run through the credits of the demo already, you will have seen the dedication already, but if you haven't, here's what it looks like.

William Scarboro

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