Destroy All Humans! Returns To Consoles and PC This July

THQ Nordic and Black Forest Games announced the remake of Destroy All Humans! is coming to PS4, Xbox One, and PC in July and is available to pre-order now.

THQ Nordic and Black Forest Games announced Destroy All Humans! is heading to consoles and PC on July 28, 2020, with a brand new trailer. Check it out below.

In the trailer, we see more gameplay of the revamped cult classic. The most apparent change is the graphical upgrade. Otherwise, it seems to be a very faithful recreation of the goofy alien invasion action-adventure game.

Several editions of Destroy All Humans! were revealed, as well. The standard edition is what you expect, costing $29.99 for PC and $39.99 for PS4 and Xbox One. The DNA Collector’s Edition includes the game, Crypto ‘N’ Cow Figurine, keychain, 6 lithographs, eye-popping anti-stress toy, and all in-game crypto skins packed in a premium box; this will cost $149.99 for all platforms. The Crypto 137 Edition will cost you a whopping $399.99 and is available for all platforms. It includes everything from the DNA Collector’s Edition, but replaces the Crypto ‘N’ Cow Figurine with a Crypto-137 Figurine, and also includes a Crypto Backpack. You can pre-order any of the versions right now.

Destroy All Humans! originally released in 2005 for PS2 and Xbox. While it may not have done incredibly well critically, it was favored enough to warrant several sequels including Destroy All Humans! 2 for PS2 and Xbox, Destroy All Humans! Big Willy Unleashed for Nintendo Wii, and Destroy All Humans! Path of the Furon for Xbox 360.

As mentioned, Destroy All Humans! is set to launch on July 28, 2020, for Xbox One, PS4, and PC. If you just cannot wait to invade Earth, the original Xbox release is actually playable on Xbox One via backward compatibility. You can also check out our thoughts of the game so far in our preview where Staff Writer Tanner Pierce says, “To put it simply, if you enjoyed the original game years ago, you’ll almost certainly enjoy what Black Forest Games is cooking up.”

If you want to see the two different special editions, check out the trailers below.

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