THQ Nordic and developer Black Forest Games made the announcement of a ground-up remake of 2006’s Destroy All Humans! 2: Reprobed about a year ago. They did so in the hopes of building on the popularity of the upcoming remake of the first game in the series, which is scheduled to be released in 2020. And despite the fact that we haven’t learned too much about the game in the time that has passed since then, a recent leak may have provided us with a brief new look at it.
A recently closed beta test of the game reportedly lasted for an hour, and thereafter, someone who claims to have played it released some off-screen photographs of the game (via Reddit). The images do not reveal a great deal; one of them depicts the main menu of the game, another depicts a newspaper clipping from within the game that is designed in the same style as previous entries in the series, and the third image depicts the protagonist, Crypto, speaking to a holographic projection of his commander, Orthopox-13.
The subtitles and user interface for the game are shown in Russian in the photographs. While this is going on, the source who leaked the information claims that the game’s optimization isn’t very good right now, despite the fact that not a lot of information about it has been shared so far. Take this information with a grain of salt for the time being, as you should do with any other leak of a similar nature.
In other recent news regarding this topic, lately, Destroy All Humans! – The standalone multiplayer downloadable content known as Clone Carnage was also exposed.
Destroy Every Last Human Being! 2: There are currently no plans to release a previous-generation version of Reprobed; it will initially only be available on the PS5, Xbox Series X/S, and the PC.