Alien games are rarely good, but if there’s one title that really stood out, it has to be Destroy All Humans! Those who missed out on the title years ago now have the chance to play it as the release date for the remake has been set already.
THQ Nordic and Black Forest Games have announced that the Destroy All Humans! remake is coming to the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on July 28. Pre-orders are now also live for the game, so players can begin reserving their copies of this anticipated classic.
The announcement also came with a new trailer that showcased how the game would look and feel on current generation consoles. The biggest step up for the game is the upgraded graphics. Aside from that, it’s the same game that fans have come to know and love from before.
This loyalty to the classic isn’t exactly a bad thing as the original game had great mechanics and gameplay as well.
Editions of the game revealed
There are several editions that players can now pre-order. The most basic edition comes with the game costs US$29.99 for the PC version and $39.99 for the PS4 and Xbox One.
The DNA Collector’s Edition, on the other hand, is a little more expensive. Aside from the game, it will also come with a Crypto ‘N’ Cow Figurine, a keychain, a stress toy, six lithographs, and a selection of skins for Destroy All Human! lead Crypto. All $149.99 edition comes bundled in a premium box.
The most expensive package will set players back by $399.99, and it is called the Crypto 137 Edition. Aside from all of the products included in the DNA Collector’s Edition, it will also come with a Crypto Backpack. Moreover, the Crypto ‘N’ Cow Figurine will be replaced with a Crypto-137 Figurine.
What’s the game like?
The game places players in the shoes of an alien named Crypto. It plays a lot like Grand Theft Auto in the sense that players get to explore an open world and cause all sorts of havoc.
The goal of the game is not only to abduct people but also to collect as many brains as possible. As this is an alien game, Crypto has access to wacky alien technology, as well as a spaceship that he can use to destroy buildings, tanks, and more.
The original game may be old, but its appeal is timeless. Once it releases, we’re sure that a lot of old fans are willing to pick up Destroy All Humans! once again.
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