[Prototype 2]

Global Total as of 06th Oct 2018 (units): 0.79m
Platform: Xbox 360Also on: PlayStation 3, Microsoft Windows
Developer: Radical Entertainment Genre: Action

Total Units

North America: 0.48m 61.2%
+ Europe: 0.24m 30.7%
+ Rest of the World: 0.06m 8.1%
= Global 0.79m

Release History

Prototype 2 (RADNET Edition) ActivisionNorth America24th April 2012Retail
Prototype 2 ActivisionNorth America24th April 2012Retail
Prototype 2 ActivisionEurope24th April 2012Retail
Prototype 2 (Blackwatch Collector's Edition) ActivisionNorth America24th April 2012Retail
Prototype 2 (RADNET Edition) ActivisionEurope24th April 2012Retail

Game Overview

Prototype 2 is an open world action-adventure video game, released for consoles on April 24, 2012. Developed by Canadian studio Radical Entertainment and published by Activision, it is the sequel to 2009's Prototype. The game was announced at the 2010 Spike VGA Awards with the tagline "Murder your Maker."

The game features a new protagonist, James Heller, as he goes on a quest to destroy the Blacklight virus. The story is also one of revenge, as Heller wants to kill Alex Mercer, protagonist of the original Prototype, after his family was killed in the outbreak of the Blacklight virus.

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T.Rexington (on 10 August 2012)
Such a shame what's happening to
Radical. They were such a good dev. I
even enjoyed their Crash Bandicoot
games. Activision really should've
gotten Radical and their engine working
on a spiderman game, especially one
based around Venom or Carnage. It's
mind boggling to think that Acti still
has Beenox making Spiderman games, but
not the dev whose been making open world
games centered around all the amazing
stuff a super being can do.
DarkFury (on 09 July 2012)
Well over 90% of the Radical were laid
off, and Activision is actively talking
about shutting the remaining few dev
support roles down for good. I live in
Vancouver, trust me, Radical is DEAD.
Propaganda (on 07 July 2012)
The team of Radical Entertainment didn't
really quit, they just don't develope
their own games anymore, meaning they
will still work for activision but by
teaming up with other devs.
thewastedyouth (on 30 June 2012)
Radical Entertainment just got killed by
Activision. man wtf!!!!
DarkFury (on 28 June 2012)
Looks like this game killed Radical
Entertainment. Activision shows no mercy
for low sales.
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