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Prey is continuing its onslaught of DLC teases with yet another mysterious GIF, only this time it’s accompanied by a message to decode as well.

Pulling out the capital letters from this poorly paraphrased Buddhist saying leads to GMRINGNNOOGOOADR, which Twitter users immediately decoded these letters as saying GOOD MORNING MORGAN, referencing protagonist Morgan Yu and the opening of the main game.

Prior to that, the Prey Twitter account also posted an image of an aged John F. Kennedy that can be spotted in one of the game’s earliest sections. That image also features the moon (and the space station that would become Talos I) in another image seen behind JFK, who (in the game’s universe) survives the assassination attempt, expands the U.S. space program, makes peace with the U.S.S.R., and lives to the ripe old age of 114.

Previous teases have hinted that the Prey DLC (which is still unconfirmed) will take place on a moon station and will function as a prequel of sorts to the main game. This most recent tweet suggests that the DLC will follow Morgan Yu—an idea that presents its own complications for anyone who’s finished Prey. To further muck with our heads, the radar and video technology shown in the GIF is (according to the “History of TranStar” Prey promo) from around 1958, when humans first encountered the Typhon. But TranStar was founded in 2025, and the logo is featured heavily in previous teases, so who the heck knows. Either way, we’ll play any DLC that’s released for Prey, as long as we can still turn into staplers. Hopefully, this will be the last tease before the DLC is officially revealed.

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

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tHe Latest pRey dLc teaSe is DefiNiTely the Most coNfuSinG

Stop preying on our emotions and announce the darn expansion.

By Michael Goroff | 03/14/2018 03:00 PM PT

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Prey is continuing its onslaught of DLC teases with yet another mysterious GIF, only this time it’s accompanied by a message to decode as well.

Pulling out the capital letters from this poorly paraphrased Buddhist saying leads to GMRINGNNOOGOOADR, which Twitter users immediately decoded these letters as saying GOOD MORNING MORGAN, referencing protagonist Morgan Yu and the opening of the main game.

Prior to that, the Prey Twitter account also posted an image of an aged John F. Kennedy that can be spotted in one of the game’s earliest sections. That image also features the moon (and the space station that would become Talos I) in another image seen behind JFK, who (in the game’s universe) survives the assassination attempt, expands the U.S. space program, makes peace with the U.S.S.R., and lives to the ripe old age of 114.

Previous teases have hinted that the Prey DLC (which is still unconfirmed) will take place on a moon station and will function as a prequel of sorts to the main game. This most recent tweet suggests that the DLC will follow Morgan Yu—an idea that presents its own complications for anyone who’s finished Prey. To further muck with our heads, the radar and video technology shown in the GIF is (according to the “History of TranStar” Prey promo) from around 1958, when humans first encountered the Typhon. But TranStar was founded in 2025, and the logo is featured heavily in previous teases, so who the heck knows. Either way, we’ll play any DLC that’s released for Prey, as long as we can still turn into staplers. Hopefully, this will be the last tease before the DLC is officially revealed.

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

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About Michael Goroff

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Michael Goroff has been gaming for almost three decades. He's a lover of all games and systems, but he mostly plays Xbox. That being said, if he's a fanboy, he's a fanboy for the game industry as a whole. Spit white-hot fanboy hate at him, trash talk his Gold II rank on Rocket League, or maybe just send him a cordial hello on Twitter @gogogoroff.