Update: Activision has now officially announced the Prototype Biohazard Bundle, confirming that it is now available for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 in North America, with a PlayStation 4 version launching in European regions on July 22; while Xbox One owners can download it right now.
Both Prototype 1 and Prototype 2 have been visually improved, as well as the frame rate. Activision has also confirmed players can purchase each game separately on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on August 11 in North America and August 12 in European regions.
Activision and Radical Entertainment have released the Prototype Biohazard Bundle on Xbox One, which brings the original Prototype and its sequel to the next generation platform.
The Prototype Biohazard Bundle is now available on the Xbox One Digital Store, though the details regarding what this next generation re-release contains are more than scarce. Simply by viewing the screens provided on the Xbox One Digital Store, it is hard to determine if there are any visual upgrades of any kind, and no official announcement regarding the release has been made at this time.
The Prototype Biohazard Bundle is currently available for $69.95AUD and $49.99USD, which seems a steep price for a re-release that doesn’t seem to be boasting any improvements of any kind. Analog Addiction has now reached out to Activision in hopes of further information and we will update this post when we hear more.
Recently leaked trophies for a PlayStation version of Prototype 2 were found on Exophase, which could point to the Prototype Biohazard Bundle coming to PlayStation 4 consoles in the future.