New Prey Video Game Easter Egg Shows Up in Redfall

A hidden gem from the Prey video game has popped up in Arkane’s newest open-world FPS, Redfall. Although it received a lukewarm reception, Redfall lets up to four players team up to liberate a vampire-infested coastal Massachusetts town, along with battling their fanatic cultist minions.

Launched in the summer of 2017, Arkane’s sci-fi thriller Prey video game initially went unnoticed due to the year’s gaming buzz being dominated by major titles like The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Super Mario Odyssey, Assassin’s Creed Origins, and Horizon Zero Dawn. However, the Prey video game has since gained a dedicated fanbase, thanks in part to Xbox’s Bethesda acquisition, which brought an extensive library of games to Xbox Game Pass for good.

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With more gamers discovering Prey’s brilliance and realizing what they missed in 2017, it’s evident that Arkane never forgot about their underappreciated sci-fi horror gem.

Prey Video Game Easter Egg

A Reddit user by the name of Tsundereployer recently shared an intriguing image on the Redfall subreddit. The snapshot features a bottle of Green Beetle Gin, a recognizable brand from the popular Prey video game, sitting on a table in one of Redfall’s safehouses. Safehouses are critical locations in the game where players can take refuge, refill their ammo and health, and accept missions.

What’s even more exciting is that the back of the Green Beetle Gin bottle reveals Transtar as the bottler, the tech corporation that created the Talos I space station, and Pytheas research facility in the Prey universe.

While some players might think that this is just a reused asset in game development, it’s important to note that a studio like Arkane is known for its attention to detail. So, this could be an intentional Easter egg, giving a nod to the beloved Talos I space station, or it could even imply a larger connection between the Prey and Redfall universes.

Interestingly, last year Deathloop’s director Dinga Bakaba confirmed that Dishonored and Deathloop exist within the same universe, which means that it’s not impossible for Talos I and Redfall to be connected too.

We can’t say for sure if this hint is pointing toward a shared universe between Redfall and Prey, but it’s definitely worth considering. However, it’s also important to note that Redfall’s launch was met with some criticism, so it’s unlikely that Arkane would want to mix it up with their more celebrated titles.

If you’re curious to check it out, Redfall is available on PC and Xbox Series X|S now.

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