Activision is rolling out an upgraded version of High Moon Studios’ Deadpool starting today. Originally released in 2013 for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC, the Merc with a Mouth took a little vacation at the end of that year via delisting.

The PC version reappeared on Steam with little fanfare in July. In August, Activision announced current-gen versions while also returning the PS3 and Xbox 360 editions to sale digitally. The last-gen versions are still priced at $49.99, which is exactly what the upgrades sell for.

The Xbox One version is available now. The PlayStation 4 edition has not yet appeared on the PlayStation Store, but we expect it will emerge soon. For more, check out our review of the original release.

[Source: Major Nelson]

Our Take
Activision’s pricing feels off kilter, as it did with the Prototype bundle on Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Even stranger is the exceedingly high price for the last-gen versions two years later. It’s also unclear if the new version offers any significant upgrades, as we’ve seen no footage of it yet.

the author Mike Futter