Destroy All Humans! remake release date revealed for July

The Destroy All Humans! remake release date has been revealed for July 28, 2020. If you’re keen on terrorizing suburban America and abducting hapless humans, then this latest iteration of Destroy All Humans! will let you live out your silly dreams.

If you’ve never played Destroy All Humans!, it’s a fantastic game that’s exactly what it says on the tin. You play as Crypto-137, an alien with a massive chip on his shoulder. You’ll abduct humans, harvest their DNA, and ultimately try to bring down the U.S. government in 1950s America.

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There have been four games in the franchise thus far, and now this Destroy All Humans! remake marks the return of the franchise for the first time in over a decade. You won’t have to wait too long to get it, either — the Destroy All Humans! remake will release in July.

Destroy All Humans! remake release date Crypto-137 edition

Collectors will have their choice between two special versions of the game. The DNA Collector’s edition has a Crypto’N’Cow figurine, a keychain, six lithographs, an anti-stress toy, and all in-game Crypto skins. It also includes a premium box.

Alternatively, the pricier Crypto-137 edition features a massive 23″ (60cm) Crypto-137 figurine and a super-cute Crypto backpack as its highlights. It doesn’t include the Crypto’N’Cow figurine that comes with the DNA Collector’s Edition, but it does have everything else (the lithographs, keychain, anti-stress toy, and all in-game skins.)

You can check out the Destroy All Humans! remake release date trailer below or visit its official website. PC players can also add it to their wishlist on Steam, and Stadia players can look forward to this hilarious game arriving to their favored platform, too.