Deadpool coming to PS3, Xbox 360 and PC June 25th

555797_10151528692697488_1796774148_nDeadpool is coming June 25th, and that means you’ll get to enjoy the game right before San Diego Comic Con 2013. Developed by High Moon Studios, the game puts the Merc with a Mouth in his own video game featuring non-stop action, crazy hijinks and breaking the fourth wall, courtesy of Mr. Nolan North.

“Deadpool: The Game” will be available for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 for $49.99, and PC for $39.99

Activision has also released the pre-order bonuses for the game depending on where you put your pre-order:

GameStop and EBGames
-My “Merc with a Map Pack” DLC (confetti explosion!) adds two new maps–GRT Plaza and Inside the Tower–to Deadpool Challenge mode, as well as two b-b-b-b-bonus costumes–the D-Pooly and Uncanny X-Force suits only for use in the unlockable Infinite mode where your stats are tracked on a global leaderboard.
-Exclusive digital wallpaper for my PowerUp Rewards friends featuring who else–me!!! I’ll probably be, like, you know, totally ripped in it and all. No bigsies. (U.S. Only)
-A (drum roll, please) midnight launch party at the GameStop with the most pre-orders (more drums!) paid BY Activision (now the bassoon!) with a LIVE appearance from ME, Das Pool! Now’s your chance, Kodiak, Alaska GameStop customers! (U.S. Only)

Amazon
-A $5 Amazon credit towards select Marvel graphic novels–but seriously…buy a Deadpool graphic novel.
-An exclusive digital wallpaper and digital cover sleeve, because what are you doing not staring at my perfectly sculpted body every waking moment of the day?

Time to get your friends together and pre-order at your favorite Gamestop so you can party with Deadpool himself.

Bang, Bang!

You can get more information at Marvel.com.

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