Destroy All Humans! was hailed for its simple, destructive gameplay and tongue-in-cheek narrative during the PS2/Xbox period. Developed by Pandemic, the studio behind the original Star Wars: Battlefront games, but it eventually faded away before the next console generation. Despite this, a loyal fan base has called for a continuing continuation of this wacky science-fiction power fantasy.
The first Destroy All Humans! remake was given the treatment in 2020, and now its sequel is due for a similar facelift this year in Destroy All Humans! 2 Reprobed. These comebacks for series have prompted debate about whether or not they will be successful. However, there are also many reasons why getting a new game from Destroy All Humans! isn''t feasible.
Why a New Destroy All Humans!Could Happen
The original Destroy All Humans! games have gained a cult following of fans who like the wild antics of these sandbox-action games. The remake also opened doors to a wider audience, with the prospect of engaging new fans. This was further enhanced by a staggering number of one million units sold.
Recent remakes and remasters are more likely than anticipated, while returning older titles with a fresh coat of paint is a solid medium to attract new fans, while also boosting interest in new material that continues to be present. For example, he original Crash Bandicoot 4: It''s About Time was first discovered in 2017; it''s about Time, a completely new chapter in the long-dormant platforming franchise.
Why a New Destroy All Humans!May Not Happen
There are a number of reasons why a new Destroy All Humans! may not happen. Although the sci-fi insanity present in these titles does appeal to a number of enthusiasts, it remains lucrative compared to many other games on the market. This means a studio will only desire to invest in new projects if there is a guarantee of a successful outcome. However, creating an entirely new game from scratch is more difficult in a tier.
Although the upcoming sequel, Destroy All Humans! 2 Reprobed, is effective in terms of sales and reviews, but the franchise does not have the same widespread appeal as the aforementioned Crash Bandicoot series. However, the ten-million-dollar total for the Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy was, in fact, still had no effect on the masses as other previous releases.
The gaming industry isn''t as widespread today, and therefore a third Destroy All Humans! title may never see the light of day. Yet this is all based on previous information, and the future is always uncertain. Depending on how well the remake for Destroy All Humans! 2 is done, suggestions may well well be put forward. Until then, fans will only have to enjoy these shiny new versions of the original titles.
Reprobed, a PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X/S, has launched August 30.