THQ Nordic unveils two Collector’s Editions for Destroy All Humans

 

Earlier this year THQ Nordic announced the remake of everyone’s favourite comedic alien invasion game Destroy All Humans! with a trailer in which Crypto was singing a bit of Rammstein. The development of this remake is being handled by Black Forest Games, and is set to be released next year on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. The game will encapsulate the 2005 title but also include a mission that was cut from the original which is simply known as the Lost Mission of Area 42. While we patiently wait for this remake THQ Nordic had some news regarding the game’s collectors editions. That’s right there will be two collectors editions and they will require a bit of a budget to attain.

Let’s start with the most expensive and that is the Destroy All Humans! Crypto-137 Edition which includes an almost two foot tall statuette of Crypto. There’s also a backpack, an anti-stress squeeze toy, key chain, six lithographs, and it will also have all in game skins unlocked too. The price of the Crypto-137 which includes all of this content will set those interested back by  € 399.99 | $ 399.99 | £ 349.99 respectively. Yes, it is the cost of the PS4 at launch but you could scare some people with the statue I guess. To take some of the pain off of that price tag you can watch the trailer below for what is included.

The second  edition is called Destroy All Humans! DNA Collector’s Edition and differs from the Crypto 137 version by not including a large statue of the main character. The other difference is that there will be a smaller 9″ statuette that has Crypto facing off against a cow, there is no backpack and it’ll come in a smaller box. Other than that you’ll get the same goodies including the anti-stress toy, keychain, lithographs, and in game skins. This edition will be priced at  € 149.99 | $ 149.99 | £ 139.99. There’s another trailer showing off this edition, and you can watch that below as well.

Will you be getting any of the Destroy All Humans! collector’s editions?

Source: Press Release

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