The upcoming open world action-adventure remake will allow two players to play through it together in local splitscreen co-op.
The collector's edition will come with an Arkwobbler statue, an official OST, multiple DLC packs, a hardcover artbook, and more.
The standalone multiplayer DLC is available for $13 on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. It features six maps, four modes and local two-player split-screen
The remade sequel is coming to PS5, Xbox Series X/S and PC. Pre-orders gain free access to Destroy All Humans! - Clone Carnage.
The remake is due out for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC sometime later this year, though details on it remain scant.
The standalone DLC offers multiplayer support with four modes and six maps. It also includes local two-player split-screen co-op.
"It’s an exciting piece of technology making our work more accessible to a broader audience in a more accessible way," the developer says.
Black Forest Games says the PS5 and Xbox Series X/S will the new remake to "use up to 5 times more objects in the levels, making them more vivid, less empty, more believable, and more active."
Technical director Johan Conradie and assistant creative director Stefan Schmitz speak with GamingBolt about the upcoming remake.
PlayStation accidentally uploaded the announcement trailer of an unannounced Destroy All Humans! 2 remake.
MLB The Show 21 is currently available through the service.
Black Forest Games and THQ Nordic seem to be at work on another Destroy All Humans! remake.
Alien psi powers, open world mayhem, and plentiful probing- now on the go.
Improved resolution and unlocked framerate add to next gen backwards compatibility.
A new bit of dialogue from Crypto seems to hint at things to come.
Destroy All Humans! technical director Johan Conradie says the higher level of IO performance in both next-gen consoles is an exciting step up from current-gen hardware.
But the studio is always evaluating new versions.
Creative director Jean-Marc Haessig and technical director Johan Conradie speak with GamingBolt about the recently released remake.
The Destroy All Humans! remake debuts in third place.
The 2005 fan-favourite is back with a fresh coat of paint.