Destroy All Humans!

Take a look at our video preview for Destroy All Humans!

We got to spend some time with the remake of the 2005 classic at this year's Gamescom, giving us enough to create a video preview.

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It has been almost fifteen years since the original Destroy All Humans! first released. Since then, we had a sequel, which was dropped shortly after but then the series sort of dissolved and became legend. Fortunately for us, THQ Nordic is in the business of resurrection, meaning the fan favourite title is getting another shot at existence. We got hands on with the demo at this year's Gamescom and we put together a video preview of what we saw, you can check out it out here.

In Destroy All Humans, you play as Crypto-137, an alien invader tasked with learning the ways of humanity and simultaneously reducing as much of it as possible to ash. The title, which is notoriously known for its science-fiction pop-cultural quips and dark sense of humour is currently being developed by Pandemic Studios and Black Forest Games. Throughout the storyline, you will be taken all across America, fighting bizarre enemies with your overwhelmingly powerful arsenal, in an accurately reimagined world that uses the same sized sandboxes that are much more densely packed.

Destroy All Humans! currently doesn't have a release date, although it is slated to drop in 2020. As for more information coming out of the fan favourite franchise, two collectors' editions were recently unveiled for the release, as well as a new Stadia trailer, demonstrating the playable demo at Gamescom 2019.

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Destroy All Humans!

REVIEW. Written by Ben Lyons

"It takes what made the 2005 original brilliant and updates it with modernised visuals and gameplay."

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