A now-deleted tweet by PlayStation has seemingly revealed another classic PS2 title is targeting our human colons, with Destroy All Humans 2: Reprobed appearing to be a remake of the original Destroy All Humans 2.
An embedded trailer did show off some gameplay of the game, starring the fun Cold War-era details that permeated it’s 1969 setting. While we expect the reveal will return once they realise the Furon is clearly out of the bag, for now the content has been scrubbed.
A capture of the Tweet in question:
It’s not a massive surprise, considering THQ Nordic already teased the possibility of a Destroy All Humans 2 remaster earlier this year, with their Destroy All Humans! – Midweek Madness Trailer trailer featuring an ending stinger reveal of Cryptosporidium-138, the clone of Crypto that appears in the original Destroy All Humans 2.
The games publisher, Nordic THQ has announced that there will be a showcase of titles coming soon – so we can only assume the formal reveal will take place then.
Until then, our butts are safe from probing.