Destroy All Humans! Is Out On July 28

THQ Nordic's remake launches this Summer.

Posted By | On 28th, Apr. 2020

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THQ Nordic and Black Forest Games’ remake of the whacky 2005 title Destroy All Humans! will be releasing this summer. The publisher has announced that the action adventure title will be coming to the PS4, Xbox One, and PC on July 28.

The announcement was made through a new trailer, which also shows off some new gameplay footage. The trailer, over a minute long, gives glimpses of the game’s familiar slapstick humour, while also showing some interesting gameplay snippets, from being able to use a holographic human disguise and zapping humans with laser guns to using jetpacks, vaporizing targets with alien weapons, and flying a UFO while destroying buildings. Take a look at it below.

If you’re on the fence about the game and want a deeper look at how it plays before you decide whether or not you want to dive in, you can check out over 14 minutes of gameplay from last month’s PAX East through here.


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