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Pre-Order Prototype 2 to Secure Your Free RADNET Access to Over 55 Pieces of Additional Content!Radical Entertainment once again ramps up the studio's signature over-the-top mayhem with the announcement of Prototype 2's RADNET Edition content. Planned to launch on April 24, 2012 from Activision, a limited number of the launch quantities of Prototype 2 on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, will contain free access to RADNET via a one-time use code that gives fans 55 free pieces of additional content delivered for seven weeks following the game's launch*. This weekly scheduled content will include in-game Events, Challenges, Avatar Items, Dynamic Themes and Behind-the-Scenes videos, as well as bonus Mutations for Prototype 2's main campaign. Fans that participate in ALL of RADNET's weekly challenges and events will unlock the ultimate shape-shifting reward...to be revealed in March 2012. Prototype 2's RADNET Edition content will only be available for free while supplies last. Check out the trailer below.
Prototype 2's RADNET content is hours of additional gameplay outside Prototype 2's main narrative, and cool rewards - all delivered weekly following the game's launch.
The sequel to Radical Entertainment's best-selling open-world action game of 2009, Prototype 2 takes the unsurpassed carnage of the original Prototype and continues the experience of becoming the ultimate shape-shifting weapon. As the game's all-new infected protagonist, Sgt. James Heller, players will cut a bloody swathe through the wastelands of post-viral New York Zero with unparalleled locomotion, building up a vast genetic arsenal of deadly, biological weapons and abilities as they hunt, kill and consume their way toward the ultimate goal - to kill...Alex...Mercer!
Prototype 2 is currently in development for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and Windows PC.
*Activision makes no guarantees regarding the availability of online play or features, including access to or support for RADNET provided by the applicable console manufacturer, and may modify or discontinue online service in its discretion without notice, including for example, ceasing online service for economic reasons due to a limited number of players continuing to make use of the service over time.