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THE BUZZ: Activision has announced the “highly limited quantity” Blackwatch Collector’s Edition of Prototype 2.

This special edition of the game will release April 24 in the U.S. priced at $79.99. and contains:

  • Prototype 2 Radnet Edition Content
  • Free Prototype 2 DLC Pack 1 – Colossal Mayhem
  • Official Prototype 2 soundtrack CD
  • Exclusive Prototype 2 hardbound art book
  • Dark Horse Digital Comic ” Prototype: The Labrinth”
  • 20% Discount Voucher at Prototype merchandise store

“When we initially began discussing the idea of creating a collector’s edition for Prototype 2, we knew right off the bat that it would have to be something special for our most hardcore fans – the ones who finished the original game multiple times; those who constantly debate whether Mercer or Heller is the more badass character; the ones who are eagerly waiting to jump in feet first and experience all that Prototype 2 has to offer,” said Radical Entertainment studio boss Ken Rosman.

EGM’s TAKE: As far as Collector’s Editions go, this one ranks pretty highly. Not only are you getting all of the Radnet DLC but your also be getting the first content update. The art book also appears to be of a pretty high quality, not just a flimsy paperback that most games give you. If you have a spare $20 lying around and you already plan on buying Prototype 2, then we seriously suggest you invest it in this limited Collector’s Edition.

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Prototype 2: Blackwatch Collector’s Edition Announced

Activision has announced the "highly limited quantity" Blackwatch Collector's Edition of Prototype 2.

By Matthew Bennett | 02/15/2012 11:27 AM PT

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THE BUZZ: Activision has announced the “highly limited quantity” Blackwatch Collector’s Edition of Prototype 2.

This special edition of the game will release April 24 in the U.S. priced at $79.99. and contains:

  • Prototype 2 Radnet Edition Content
  • Free Prototype 2 DLC Pack 1 – Colossal Mayhem
  • Official Prototype 2 soundtrack CD
  • Exclusive Prototype 2 hardbound art book
  • Dark Horse Digital Comic ” Prototype: The Labrinth”
  • 20% Discount Voucher at Prototype merchandise store

“When we initially began discussing the idea of creating a collector’s edition for Prototype 2, we knew right off the bat that it would have to be something special for our most hardcore fans – the ones who finished the original game multiple times; those who constantly debate whether Mercer or Heller is the more badass character; the ones who are eagerly waiting to jump in feet first and experience all that Prototype 2 has to offer,” said Radical Entertainment studio boss Ken Rosman.

EGM’s TAKE: As far as Collector’s Editions go, this one ranks pretty highly. Not only are you getting all of the Radnet DLC but your also be getting the first content update. The art book also appears to be of a pretty high quality, not just a flimsy paperback that most games give you. If you have a spare $20 lying around and you already plan on buying Prototype 2, then we seriously suggest you invest it in this limited Collector’s Edition.

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About Matthew Bennett

view all posts

Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89