Prototype 2 PC is delayed to July

Aaaaaaaand here we go again. Activision has released a new video that showcases the content of the RADNET Edition that will be available only to X360 and PS3, and to make things worse, the company has just announced – via the game’s official FB page – that the PC version will be delayed to July 24th. Oh yeah, another delay for another multi-platform title. According to the official announcement, the company will share more details with us soon but let’s be honest; you already know the reason that the PC version got delayed.
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.
I have to admit that I enjoyed the first PROTOTYPE, so I’m really looking forward to its sequel. The fact though that it got delayed has me worried about the quality of the PC version. Fingers crossed that Radical won’t slap us with a shoddy port.
Here is also a video that shows off the content of the RADNET Edition that PC gamers won’t get anytime soon!
Official PROTOTYPE 2: RADNET Edition Content

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