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Destroy All Humans! remake invades July 28
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Destroy All Humans! remake invades July 28

They’re invading…again!

The Earth is being invaded and all humans are to be destroyed…again! What a minute what? That’s right gamers, in addition to facing a global pandemic you’ll also have to deal with an alien invasion this summer when the Destroy All Humans! remake arrives on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on July 28.

Originally released exclusively on consoles in 2005, the game saw three more sequels through 2008, and now, twelve years later its receiving a remake courtesy of Black Forest Games and THQ Nordic. Join Crypto-137 as they head back to the ’50s to invade, conquer, and of course, destroy the unsuspecting humans!

New players to the game will find themselves on a mission to harvest human brain stems to collect special DNA which will help prevent their alien race from going extinct. Standing in your path is the shadowy government organization Majestic, led by the black-clad individual simply known as Silhouette. Should you succeed the Earth and the office of the President is yours.

You can pre-order the standard edition of Destory All Humans! right now on PC for $29.99 and PS4 and Xbox One for $39.99. The Crypto-137 edition is retailing at $399.99 and includes the game, a Crypto-137 figurine, a Crypto backpack, keychain, anti-stress toy, six lithographs, all the collectible in-game Crypto skins, and it’s all wrapped up in a special limited edition box.

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