Prey Twitter Account Tweets About DLC Teaser and Features a Hidden Message

Arkane Studios and Bethesda Softworks have released another teaser tweet for its 2017 first-person shooter Prey, which includes a hidden message within it.

on March 14, 2018 9:00 AM

Arkane Studios and Bethesda Softworks have once again released another tweet hinting that new content for Prey is in the works, and this latest teaser is somewhat unique from the previous one.

As you can (obviously) tell from the tweet above, the message features a strange combination of upper and lower case letters. However, if you pick out and separate all the uppercase letters out, the letters spell out MRINGNOOGMOOADR. Clearly, that is not a real word, and this is apparently a hidden message within the tweet. Despite neither the developer nor the publisher revealing what the letters spell out, many including myself have speculated that the letters spell out “Good Morning, Morgan.”

Initially released on May 5, 2017, Prey received generally positive reception, despite the sales not reflecting the game’s quality many players, myself included enjoyed the game and what it had to offer. Last year, DualShockers had the chance to conduct a full review of the game, where we awarded the title an 8.5/10 and found it to be a highly engaging romp through a world that feels real. Additionally, it was announced that prior to the game’s launch back in April, the game’s Creative Director Raphael Colantonio confirmed that Arkane Studios was working on some type of post-launch DLC.

Prey is available now on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

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