Destroy All Humans! 2: Reprobed: The Second Game Also Gets A Remake [VIDEO]

After remaking the first title, Black Forest Games and THQ Nordic will take a similar approach to the second.


You can pre-order the game already for 40 USD/EUR or 35 GBP. A more expensive edition is dubbed the Dressed to Skill edition, costing 55 USD/EUR or 45 GBP. It will include the Skin Pack at launch, and later, a DLC called Challenge Accepted would also arrive; and on PC, the digital soundtrack and artbook will also be ours. The DLC will be available from the last quarter of 2022 (sometime between October and December). Pre-ordering (whichever version) will grant access to the multiplayer spin-off game, Destroy All Humans! Clone Carnage.

According to THQ Nordic’s press release about the game, “In Destroy All Humans! 2: Reprobed, a faithful remake of the most acclaimed entry in the fan-favourite Destroy All Humans! franchise, our charming but evil alien invader Crypto (138!) will unleash his extensive weapons onto five huge open-world areas: Bay City, Albion, Takoshima, Tunguska, and the Moon!

Players will experience the swinging ’60s in all its glory and deal with Hippies, the KGB, and many other threats. To roam quickly around the large areas, Crypto can use his jetpack, his hoverboard, and, of course, his flying saucer, equipped with a neat little arsenal of the destruction of its own. The saucer received an exciting update: abducting humans in specific numbers (you’ll have to follow the recipe!) will unlock new skills. And last but not least, Destroy All Humans! 2: Reprobed features a two-player, split-screen cooperative mode so you and a friend (or whatever floats your boat) can destroy all humans together!”

Destroy All Humans! 2: Reprobed already has a release date: it will be released on August 30 for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series and PC (Steam). There are no PlayStation 4, Xbox One, or Nintendo Switch ports planned.

Source: Gematsu

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