THQ Nordic and Black Forest Games have announced the Destroy All Humans 2 Reprobed release date. The upcoming remake, which will take Crypto into the swinging sixties, will launch for PC and consoles this August with a pretty swanky pre-order bonus.
When is the Destroy All Humans 2 Reprobed release date?
After a Destroy All Humans 2 remake was officially revealed back in September last year, we now have a Destroy All Humans 2 Reprobed release date. The game will launch for PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X|S on August 30th. There's no version coming for last-gen consoles, so if you were hoping for a PS4 or Xbox One version, you're out of luck, unfortunately. The new remake will take Crypto into the 60s and pit him against hippies, the KGB, and plenty of other enemies. To help you take those threats down, you'll have access to Crypto's trusty jetpack, as well as his flying saucer, his hoverboard, and plenty more tools. There's also a split-screen co-op mode so you can team up with a friend to wreak havoc on the world. You can check out the Destroy All Humans 2 Reprobed release date trailer right here.
If you pre-order, you'll get Destroy All Humans Clone Carnage too
Destroy All Humans 2 Reprobed also comes with a nifty pre-order bonus. If you pre-order the game right now, you'll get access to Destroy All Humans Clone Carnage as part of your preorder. A smaller standalone multiplayer title, it's also available as a purchase for $12.99 across PC, PlayStation, and Xbox (and unlike the parent game, this one is available on PS4 and Xbox One as well) and is available to play today. However, if you pre-order the game, you'll get it at no additional cost. It's a nifty little spinoff that lets you unleash alien destruction as part of a 4-person online squad or a 2-player local team.
You'll be able to pick up Destroy All Humans 2 Reprobed on PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X|S starting from August 30th. The base game will set you back $39.99, with a deluxe "Dressed to Skill Edition" adding extra DLC and skins for $54.99. The game looks set to continue the wacky, zany retro antics of the first Destroy All Humans remake, so if you enjoyed that project as much as we did, then you should definitely add this one to your list. We'll bring you more on Destroy All Humans 2 Reprobed as soon as we get it.