Prototype series is suddenly available on Xbox One, PS4 in Biohazard Bundle

Activision has suddenly released both Prototype and Prototype 2 onto the Xbox One in a special bundle with a PlayStation 4 release expected later today.

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Activision has launched both Prototype and Prototype 2 in a special bundle called Prototype Biohazard Bundle on Xbox One and will soon release on PlayStation 4, and no - we had no idea it was even in development.

Prototype Biohazard Bundle includes both of Radical Entertainment’s Prototype games along with all of its previously-released downloadable content. This marks the first time either game was made available on current-generation consoles, which is why we find it odd Activision didn’t announce its existence prior to its sudden release.

The Prototype Biohazard Bundle is currently available on Xbox One for $49.99, and while both Prototype and Prototype 2 have seperate listings on the Xbox Store, the only way you can own either of them is by purchasing its bundle. There isn't much information regarding what's new in the Biohazard Bundle, such as improved graphics, features, etc., so we've reached out to Activision to see if we can learn more about this mysterious bundle.

Activision did release a trailer for the bundle, which you can see for yourself below. If the trailer is any indication of the finished product, it appears the publisher didn't put a lot of work into this bundle.

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    July 14, 2015 7:16 AM

    Daniel Perez posted a new article, Prototype series is suddenly available on Xbox One, PS4 in Biohazard Bundle

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      July 14, 2015 8:33 AM

      Fun games, but 50 bucks that a penny wouldn't even go to the creators. No thanks.

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      July 14, 2015 8:40 AM

      Old shit for new prices. Atleast make it a "reboot" like movie studios try to make. I'll pass.

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      July 14, 2015 9:06 AM

      I missed these games the first time around, and would gladly buy the bundle if it's a remaster-type port. If it's not, I'll probably just grab them used for last-gen systems.

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        July 14, 2015 10:25 AM

        I doubt they've aged well with Just Cause 2/3 and a bunch of other games taking the crazy open world concept to the next level

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      July 14, 2015 9:59 AM

      Had more fun with these games than I thought I would back them but $50 now? No.

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      July 14, 2015 11:23 AM

      What a dumb way to release a game. Tommy got an inch to play the Prototype games a month ago. I bought P1 ages ago, and he tore through it over a weekend. We went bargain bin-diving to get the sequel; had I known this was coming, I might have told him to hold off for a month.

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      July 14, 2015 7:36 PM

      As far as I can tell, there's no changes. You can buy this for 5 bucks ewch used and play them on the xbone once the backward compatibility comes out.

      Or cheap on pc, no clue about Playstation stuff.