The Xbox One and PlayStation 4 consoles are getting yet another HD game remaster, but this one's from an unexpected source. Retailer GameStop started taking pre-orders this week for new Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions of Deadpool, the third-person action game from Activision based on the popular Marvel Comics anti-hero. The games were first released for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 in 2013.
The "M" rated game from developer High Moon Studios will include the two extra levels and two alternate suits for the famous "Merc with a mouth" that were offered as post-release DLC packs for the original Deadpool game. GameStop appears to have an exclusive on selling the new Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions of Deadpool, which it is selling for $49.99 ahead of its November 17 release date. The game will be available a few months before the Deadpool feature film, starring Ryan Reynolds, hits theaters in February 2016.
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