The August release date of Destroy All Humans 2: Reprobed is quickly reaching, and the game just unveiled a new teaser depicting a variety of settings. \n \nReprobed claims to be more expansive, superior, attractive, and varied than the original Destroy All Humans! Remake. His latest ironic trailer undoubtedly supports their assertions. \n \nAfter a successful recreation of the first game, THQ Nordic announced Destroy All Humans 2: Reprobed in September 2021. \n \nReprobed, which builds on the principles of the first game like the original sequel, has already made a number of trailers showcasing its co-op options and a substantial number of weapons. \n \nThe huge destruction techniques and cathartic gameplay of Destroy All Humans 2 have recently received accolades. \nBefore the game's debut, the sole issue was how well Destroy All Humans 2's modified locations were done. \n \nWith many locations and global travel, Destroy All Humans 2: Reprobed broadens the original game's scope. The majority of the locations in the first game and its sequel that parodied 1950s America are well-known US monuments. \n \nFans were first introduced to revamped places in the new teaser from THQ Nordic, which made fun of real-world cities, including San Francisco, London, and Tokyo. \n \nA fresh coat of paint has been applied to Reprobed's five primary locations, Bay City, Albion, Takashima, Tunguska, and Solaris Moon Base, along with cutting-edge visual features. \n \nThe settings in Destroy All Humans 2 are getting more than just a new paint job, though. Black Forest Games hasn't spoken much about it, but the development team has revealed that several regions have been enlarged for the follow-up. The recently opened Golden Gate Bridge in Bay City is an illustration. \n \nThe fact that Destroy All Humans 2: Reprobed is a next-gen-only release suggests that the game's creators will be able to creatively utilize the new technology.