Black Forest Games GmbH is a German video clip game designer based in Offenburg. The firm was started in July 2012 by a group of 5 personnel, including president Andreas Speer, previously used by Spellbound Enjoyment, which submitted for insolvency previously that year. As of August 2017, it is a subsidiary of THQ Nordic. Since June 2019, the company uses 66 individuals.
A remake for Destroy All Humans! 2 has just been confirmed by PlayStation via social networks, but the publication has since been removed. In the Tweet now deleted, the remake, titled Reproducted, will make its way to the PS5 consoles. Unfortunately, there was no mention of an exact release date. The trailer also confirmed that Black Forest Games and Thq worked hand in hand for remake.
Developers working on Destroy All Humans! 2 – Reproduked did not make any official announcements, which is why his community was a little surprised when the trailer of the PS5 was suddenly shared on the Internet today. However, it was not too surprising, since the fans of Destroy All Humans 2 were tasted by THQ Nordic several times from February this year.
In a video that announced a discount for Steam users, the main characters of the franchise that appeared at a time in the original title and in the rest were revealed. Several months after this first liter, a Destroy All Humans! 2 fans have discovered that Black Forest Games worked on a game called Project CattleProd 2.
Destroy all humans! 2 fans were also teased by the recent NVIDIA data leaks, which also listed Destroy All Humans! 3. However, it is unclear to what extent the entire list could be legitimate. For now, the fans of Destroy All Humans! 2 will still have to wait for the official information and will have to just know that a suite is really in preparation.
The tweet that revealed the PS5 trailer of Destroy All Humans! 2 has already been removed, but screenshots of the publication are currently touring the player community. The apparently accidental revelation has been published before a Livestream planned for THQ Nordic’s 10th anniversary which is planned later this week.