Destroy All Humans! 2 - Reprobed is Getting a Super Expensive Collector's Edition

Destroy All Humans! 2 - Reprobed is Getting a Super Expensive Collector's Edition

Matt Lorrigan

THQ Nordic has announced Destroy All Humans! 2 - Reprobed Second Coming Edition, a collector's edition that clocks in at a whopping £349.99 / $399.99.

What justifies this hefty price tag then? Well, as well as a physical copy of the game itself, the Second Coming Edition comes with a huge 70cm / 27.6 inch statue of protagonist Crypto, holding the iconic Anal Probe weapon. On top of that, you'll also get a wobbling statue of The Great Arkvoodle, a vintage embossed metal plate of Crypto as a cult leader, a hardover artbook, and a CD of the official orchestral score.

Also included in the Reprobed: Challenge Accepted DLC, the Reprobed: Skin Pack DLC, and standalone multiplayer title Destroy All Humans! – Clone Carnage.

Second Coming Edition

Physical Content

  • Preposterously large “Swinging Crypto”-Statue – 70 cm / 27.6 inch – Featuring the infamous Anal Probe
  • Arkwobbler – Intimately detailed Wobble-statue of The Great Arkvoodle, Lord of the Sacred Crotch
  • Vintage embossed metal plate of cult-leader Crypto
  • Hardcover Artbook full of deep insights and luscious character paintings
  • Official orchestral score on good old CD
  • Game on PS5, Xbox Series X|S, or PC

Digital Content

  • Reprobed: Challenge Accepted DLC
  • Reprobed: Skin Pack
  • Destroy All Humans! – Clone Carnage

You can check out all of the goodies in detail in the official trailer down below. Only 3700 copies of Destroy All Humans! 2 - Reprobed Second Coming Edition will be produced worldwide, and pre-orders are now available on the official website here.

Destroy All Humans! 2 - Reprobed is coming to Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 5, and PC on 30th August 2022.

  • Wtf! That is not worth 350.
  • THQ Nordic has overpriced editions for ALL their games. It's the biggest reason I dont buy any of their games unless theyre heavily discounted.
  • Who honestly buys these?
  • @#4, I'm not saying this is a fact, but I don't think anyone really buys these up front. In my opinion, they're so pointless, especially when it's for a game that only had moderate success like this series. I remember in the old days when Gamestop wasn't complete shit, you'd always see these $200-$300 collector's editions deep discounted for like $70-$80 just so they could get rid of it because no one buys them.
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