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Bethesda Breaks Silence on Prey 2

Bethesda addressed the situation with Prey 2 to IGN, after remaining silent about the status of the shooter sequel conspicuously amid comments from Human Head about how the game was basically done (missed this yesterday, thanks GameSpot). Bethesda's Pete Hines explains the game simply still isn't up to their standards. “We spent years and millions of dollars and a ton of effort trying to help Human Head make a great Prey 2 game. What we said the last time we said anything was that it’s not up to our quality standards," Hines told them. "It’s simply not good enough. We’re not going to just proceed blindly with something that isn’t good enough. We’ve been very specific about why, and we’ve been very specific about the whats. When that gets addressed and changed or whatever, at that point we can give an update. But nobody’s disappointment is greater than ours. We spent a lot of time and money and effort trying to make this thing happen and support folks, but at the same time, you just can’t keep throwing money at it and saying, ‘sure, it’ll eventually work.’ You have to have the discipline to say, ‘it’s not good enough. It’s not hitting the quality bar. Why isn’t it? We’ve been at this for a while, and what we have is not what we talked about.’ So that’s where we are."

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