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Developer- and Publisher-specific Articles: Deadpool
Fresh from dominating Marvel vs. Capcom 3 with his bang-bang-bang-ness, Deadpool stars in his first game today with the launch of … Deadpool. The High Moon Studios-developed action title features writing from comic series author Daniel Way, a mix of melee and gun-based combat, and guest appearances by Domino, Psylocke, Wolverine, and others.
Marvel’s fun-loving assassin’s debut title is just over a month away, and today, Activision has revealed some new art and announced new pre-order bonuses. Best Buy, GameStop, and Steam are all running offers, which range from discount vouchers on Marvel comics to free downloadable content. GameStop has already announced a few bonuses, but the new extras are for the PC version. New screens and the official box art were also released. All the details are available below.
Some more news from Deadpool HQ. Activision has released new promo shots of two of the non-psychotic, mouthless characters that will be making an appearance in High Moon Studio’s upcoming action title. The latest announcement reveals that Deadpool will be coming face to face with the appropriately named Mister Sinister and X-Men member (among other crews) Psylocke.
Deadpool loves two things: killing people for money, and added value. That might explain why—well, the last bit anyway—Activision has announced a slew of pre-order bonuses for High Moon Studios’ Deadpool. The upcoming action title based on Marvel’s mouthy merc will hit store shelves this June, but before then, gamers can get a handful of extras from Amazon and EBGames/GameStop. The bonuses, detailed below in Deadpool-speak, include desktop wallpapers, a map pack, and credit towards the purchase of select Marvel graphic novels.
Activision has released a new trailer for High Moon Studio’s Deadpool. The upcoming action title, launching later this year, features the insane assassin doing what he does best: destroying things (and people).