Prey Recycler Charge Trailer Celebrates Earth Day

Bethesda released a new trailer for their upcoming sci-fi action-adventure game, Prey. The Recycle Everything trailer celebrates Earth Day by showcasing the Recycler and Recycler Charge from the game. Both serve to turn different objects (and living things) into raw crafting materials to help you on your journey, while the Charge can also be used as a weapon.

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Prey Recycler Charge Video Celebrates Earth Day
Prey Recycler Charge Video Celebrates Earth Day

Earth Day this year happened on April 22nd. Everybody celebrated in their own way, and so did the team behind Prey. They released a tongue-in-cheek trailer titled Recycle Everything that doubles as a showcase of the Recycler Charge. In Prey, the Recycler Charge is a bomb you throw, and it sucks in everything around it and produces raw crafting materials. As you can imagine, you can also use that as a weapon and recycle living things.

In the Recycler Charge trailer, they basically go around Talos I space station and recycle everything they possibly can. First thing they do is collect every random object and stuff it all in the Recycler, which is like a non-portable Recycler Charge. After that, it’s all about the Recycler Charge. It gets used on crates, a set of drums, even one whole room, with crafting materials raining everywhere.

Of course, that’s a little too pedestrian. Next up are Typhon aliens, a corpse, and what looks like an unfortunate, mutated survivor.

The video ends as appropriately as you could possibly wish for. Apparently, you can fling a Recycler Charge from the space station onto Earth. And in a spectacular implosion, recycle the entire planet. How’s that for going green?

You can check out the Prey Recycle Everything trailer below.

Prey is coming out on May 5th, 2017. You can grab it for the PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. You can already preorder it on the official Prey website.

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