Destroy All Humans! Remake Announced For 2020

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Posted By | On 07th, Jun. 2019

Destroy All Humans!

We reported earlier that THQ Nordic would be revealing new games for this year at E3, and there were rumors of them reviving some of the many IPs the company has acquired over the last few years. Of the games rumored, one was a new Darksiders, which was revealed yesterday, and another was a return of Destroy All Humans! And today, we get our first look at that.

The announcement trailer was given out via IGN, and you can look at it below. It’s a CG trailer focusing on Crypto, an alien being who has come to 1950s Earth to collect DNA of various lifeforms. The original title was an open world title that allowed you the free range to do a lot of different destruction with powers like mind control and telekinesis as you clashed with the military. The trailer shows no gameplay, but gives the idea that this remake will probably follow the same general outline.

Destroy All Humans! is slated to come out in 2020 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.


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