If you had plans to pick up Activision and Radical Entertainment’s Prototype 2 on the PC, you’ll unfortunately have to wait a little longer than everyone else.
Over on the game’s Facebook page, Activision recently posted that the game will be seeing a 3-month delay. It was originally scheduled to launch alongside the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions, which release on April 24, but now it’s been pushed back until around July 24.
No reason for the delay was given, but Activision said in the post that more details on the PC version, and hopefully some information on the delay, should be sent out “soon”.
In less disappointing news, Activision also announced the Prototype 2 RADNET Edition, which will be made available in limited quantities to those who pre-order the game. Should you choose to do so, Activision promises to hook you up with 55 pieces of new content spread out over several weeks, such as new events, new mutations, videos, and more.
“Radical Entertainment has always focused on bringing long lasting fun to its fans, and PROTOTYPE 2’s RADNET content is our way of rewarding the game’s most loyal supporters – the early adopters, the one’s who will replay it over and over again,” said Ken Rosman, Studio Head at Radical Entertainment. “We think this is great because we’re giving our fans hours of additional gameplay outside PROTOTYPE 2’s main narrative, and cool rewards – all delivered weekly following the game’s launch!”
You can find out more about Prototype 2‘s “RADNET” in the video below.