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Deadpool is coming to Xbox One and PS4 in November

The 2013 video game based on Marvel’s Deadpool comic is getting a next-gen port, with the PS4 and Xbox One version arriving in November.

The superhero title will be available as a disc or digital download from November 17 for $49.99 (no word on UK price yet).

The game will come with all of the DLC content (“2 sweet levels & 2 alternate suits!”) from previous releases on other platforms. Also, highlighted in the GameStop listing (via Polygon) are cameo appearances from X-Men characters.

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The game published by Activision and developed by Half Moon Studios recently returned to the Steam store after being removed in January 2014.

That return and the release on PS4 and Xbox is likely down to the buzz surrounding the Deadpool movie adaptation, with the film starring Ryan Reynolds set to be released in February next year.

See also: Best Xbox One Games 2015

The game was moderately well received upon its 2013 release, without taking the world by storm.

The Xbox 360 version was afforded a Metacritic score of 62 per cent based on 49 reviews and an average score of 7.4 from 354 ratings.

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