Destroy All Humans! latest trailer shows off all the cool alien weapons; demo available now

Destroy All Humans!, the remake of the PS2 classic, is getting closer to release. To show you what you’ll be doing when the game launches, THQ Nordic has released a new trailer showing off all the explosions, ray guns, zappers and killamajigs you’ll be using.

As Cryptosporidium-137, players are tasked with taking over the planet; with extreme prejudice. This means total annihilation.

Along with the new trailer, a transmission from Crypto has been shared;

Greetings, fleshy Earth beings. Cryptosporidium 137 here, delivering a message on behalf of the Furon Empire: You are all going to be destroyed.

Destroy All Humans!

In addition to the trailer, showing off the various ways humans can be murdered, THQ Nordic has announced a free demo for Destroy All Humans! is available now on Steam and

Destroy All Humans! is available for pre-order now and can be purchased in a special Crypto-137 Edition which comes with a Crypto figurine, backpack, keychain, six lithographs, anti-stress toy and all in-game skins. The Crypto Edition costs $599.95 AUD.

A DNA Collector’s Edition comes with Crypto’N’Cow figurine, keychain, six lithographs, anti-stress toy, and all in-game skins and costs $249.95 AUD.

Destroy All Humans! launches for PC, PS4 and Xbox One on July 28, 2020.

Leo Stevenson
Leo Stevenson
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