In what could be the least anticipated remaster so far, Activision has released a Prototype double pack – perhaps implying plans for a new sequel.
We’re not sure who exactly is going to pay £39.99 for a Prototype Biohazard bundle, but if that sounds like good value for money to you it’s mysteriously appeared on the Xbox One marketplace.
It’s not on PlayStation 4 yet but a list of Trophies for the game have turned up online, suggesting that it’s only a matter of time.
The Xbox One description makes no mention of any changes, but it does include all the DLC released for both games.
The obvious question with all this though is… why? Neither game was particularly successful and although they weren’t actively bad their open world action in a New York overrun by mutated monsters got old pretty quick.
Although a small number of staff were retained by Activision, developer Radical Entertainment essentially no longer exist and it’s not clear who would make Prototype 3 even if that’s what Activision wants to do.
Since no announcement was made about the re-release though it’s only guesswork as to the real thinking behind it.