Prey may have taken more than a decade to hit stores finally in playable form, but as Shacknews reports, a self-described "entertainment entity" has announced that it has greenlighted a sequel to the game. The forthcoming title was announced by the newly formed Radar Group, Shacknews says, a company headed by 3D Realms co-founder Scott Miller and FormGen co-founder Jim Perkins whose stated goal is to "incubate, manage and produce Intellectual Properties for cross-media leveraging in video game and film markets."
The Radar Group says Human Head Studios, the development house that made the first Prey game as it appeared two years ago, will be in charge of the sequel. Prey 2's story will involve the Native American protagonist from the first game, who will be escaping from "an Earth that no longer wants him for a future that cannot survive without him." Radar has stated that the game will appear on both the PC and the Xbox 360, but the company hasn't quoted a release time frame.
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