Destroy All Humans! – Clone Carnage Leaked By Xbox Store

The Xbox Store has reportedly leaked a stand-alone game for Destroy All Humans called Clone Carnage that comes with 4 modes and more.

A new stand-alone DLC for Destroy All Humans!, developed by THQ Nordic and the German developer Black Forrest Games, has been leaked by the Xbox Store. This new expansion is called Clone Carnage and the first details about the game have been also revealed on the official Xbox Store, check it out below.

Destroy All Humans! – Clone Carnage DLC Leaked


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According to a leak via the Xbox Store, it seems that Destroy All Humans! – Clone Carnage is going to be the new sequel to the game that THQ Nordic will be reportedly releasing this year.

This is clearly an expansion for the already available Destroy All Humans! remake. However, the DLC should be available as a stand-alone version.

In the Destroy All Humans! – Clone Carnage DLC, you spread chaos on Earth again and can look forward to four new game modes, six maps, and a multiplayer mode for up to 4 players. The expansion is also supported in split-screen, where up to 2 players can double the damage.

The different modes available in the title include rampage, armageddon, race, and kidnapping. The original games already offered multiplayer back then, but this was not adopted for the remake.

You can also check out the first screenshots of this stand-alone game that show well-known scenes from the remake, including the US Capitol in Washington, the military base or all of Big Ben in London, and a port. The DLC may serve as a bridge to the Destroy All Humans remake! 2 Re-Probe, which still has no release date.

Since the original remake has only been released for PS4 and Xbox One so far, a native PS5 version would also be made, which would appear together with the DLC Clone Carnage. In any case, Xbox Series X|S mentions some specifications that didn’t exist at the time, including 4K resolution.

The official announcement of Destroy All Humans! – Clone Carnage, which will also appear as a stand-alone, is expected shortly from the publishers.