Destroy All Humans got a remake last year, giving fans the same fun open-world game from the PS2 and Xbox era with some much-needed improvements, including some lovely new visuals.
It’s still a bit flawed since the original game also had problems, but there’s no doubt that the big remake/remaster from THQ Nordic is the one people should be playing, especially now that a Nintendo Switch version is coming out.
Destroy All Humans 2 - Everything We Know
Naturally, after the first game got remade, fans are wondering if we will see a Destroy All Humans 2 remake, which would make a lot of sense.
After all, they already have the engine to make the sequel possible and it seems like it’s only a matter of time before THQ Nordic will announce that remake but nothing’s been confirmed thus far.
Before anything happens, here’s everything we know about a Destroy All Humans 2 remake.
Are We Getting a Destroy All Humans 2 Remake?
Honestly? The answer seems to be yes because we already saw a trailer of the first game where Crypto-138 from Destroy All Humans 2 interrupts Crypto-137.
IGN even asked THQ Nordic about it, with the publisher giving a vague answer, ensuring that we will be getting a remake to the sequel sooner or later.
Will Destroy All Humans 2 Come to Next-Gen Consoles?
Even with the PS5 and Xbox Series X being available, current-gen games are still being made, though next-gen upgrades are a thing, so we wouldn’t be surprised if the Destroy All Humans 2 remake ends up becoming cross-gen.
Plus, if the Nintendo Switch version sells well (and plays well), we could get the sequel ported as well and we assume that it will be easier to port a PS4 game instead of a PS5 game.
When Will Destroy All Humans 2 Come Out?
Since a Destroy All Humans 2 remake is all but confirmed, there’s a good chance that this game will be coming out in 2021 or potentially next year
Once again, no official confirmation or anything like that but the fact that it was teased in a trailer means we should be seeing it sooner rather than later.