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Prototype was a game about somebody with mutant powers and killing helicopters. I never played it, so that’s the extent of my knowledge. But the new Blackwatch Edition for Prototype 2 that was revealed today just might convince me to get into the series.

Read on for more info about what this collector’s edition includes.

Prototype 2Like most special editions, the Blackwatch Edition includes a hardbound art book and the game’s official soundtrack. It also gives you access to all the RADNET content, the first DLC pack “Colossal Mayhem” for free, a Prototype digital comic by Dark Horse, and a 20% coupon to the Prototype merch store.

Ken Rosman, Studio Head for Radical Entertainment, says about the collector’s edition, “We knew right off the bat that it would have to be something special for our most hardcore fans [...] the ones who are eagerly waiting to jump in feet first and experience all that Prototype 2 has to offer.” If that sounds like you, the Blackwatch Collector’s Edition will be available to pre-order for $79.99.

[Source: Activision]

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