Destroy All Humans! Goes Back To The Beginning With Turnipseed Farm Trailer

A familiar setting for those who played the original.

Posted By | On 20th, May. 2020

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It was back in 2005 when the alien Crypto came into our lives to probe, experiment and cause all sorts of delightful destruction. Now 15 years later we will return to the Destroy All Humans! series this July, and for maximum nostalgia, we’re going back all the way to the beginning with a new trailer.

The ‘Welcome to Turnipseed Farm’ trailer will be a familiar one for fans of the original. This is the start of the game and looks to be pretty similar in the remake. You get to see some of the base abilities you have at your disposal such as telekinesis and shock rays, and a small taste of what it’ll be like to zoom around in Crypto’s saucer and tear up the place. Check it out below.

Destroy All Humans! will release for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on July 28th. For PC users, you can also get a look at the system requirements for the game through here.


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