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THQ Nordic has officially confirmed the remake of the sequel to Destroy All Humans!. An official release date has been revealed for August 30th, 2022. That’s when Crypto will make his big return in Destroy All Humans! 2 – Reprobated.

We will get a selection of large open-world locations which are as follows.

  • Albion
  • Bay City
  • Takoshima
  • Tunguska
  • The Moon

The official press release states

In Destroy All Humans! 2 – Reprobed, a faithful remake of the most acclaimed entry in the fan-favorite Destroy All Humans! franchise, our charming but evil alien invader Crypto (138!) will unleash his large arsenal of 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 destruction of its own. The saucer received an interesting update: abducting humans in certain numbers (you’ll have to follow the recipe!) will unlock new skills. And last but not least, Destroy All Humans 2! – Reprobed features a 2-player, split-screen coop-mode so you and a friend (or whatever floats your boat) can destroy all humans together!

That’s Not All For The Next Destroy All Humans!

The leaked multiplayer DLC is also official and it’s called Clone Carnage. This is a four-player online or two-player local co-op release and the trailer can be found below.

For those wanting to preorder Destroy All Humans! 2 – Reprobed, you can do so now. It’s launching on PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X/S.

The Price For Crypto’s Return

There are two editions of this title and preordering gets you the Clone Carnage DLC free. Otherwise, it’s an extra £9.99/ $12.99 / €12.99. The press release also contains the preorder links depending on your platform of choice.

  • Standard Edition – £34.99/ $39.99 / €39.99
  • Dressed to Skill Edition – £44.99/ $54.99 / €54.99.

There will also be a $399 collectors edition. However, pricing for other regions is not listed but around £350/€399 would not be unexpected. The contents of this edition are yet to be revealed. This information was provided by Push Square.  Also, the original game was added a couple of years ago on Games With Gold and the remake is currently part of Game Pass at the time of writing.

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