Destroy All Humans! new trailer shows off Crypto’s arsenal

THQ Nordic has released a brand new trailer for Destroy All Humans! that shows Cryptosporidium-137, aka Crypto, running around using his weapons against the humans. The humans spend the trailer getting shocked, set on fire, explode, have heads exploded, and get tanks dropped on them. There is also footage of the UFO destroying buildings as well. You can watch the full trailer below.

The remake is being handled by Black Forest Games, best known for Fade to Silence and Gianna Sisters: Twisted Dreams, taking the 2005 game and sprucing it up for modern systems. The game follows Crypto around as he goes on a one alien invasion spree, collecting human brains, because… reasons, and flying around in his saucer and beaming up cows, also because reasons. While this a is a remake of the original game there will be some additional content in Destroy All Humans! as a mission that was cut from the original, simply known as the Lost Mission of Area 42, has been recovered from some dusty old hard drives and is set to be included as a nice bonus for fans of the series.

The game is available to pre-order at retail on all platforms or digitally on Xbox One and PC. There’s a bit of a price disparity here, with the PC version SRP set for €29.99 / $29.99 / £24.99, while PS4 and Xbox One SRP is €39.99 / $39.99 / £34.99. Alternatively, you can spend ten times as much on the Crypto-137 Edition. Costing as much as an entire games console, at €399.99 / $399.99 / £349.99, it features a Crypto-137 figurine, a Crypto backpack, keychain, six lithographs, anti-stress toy and all in-game Crypto skins, all contained within a premium box. That makes the €149.99 / $149.99 / £139.99 DNA Collector’s Edition almost seem reasonably prices. That features a Crypto’N’Cow figurine, keychain, six lithographs, anti-stress toy, and all in-game Crypto skins, also in a premium box.

Destroy All Humans! will be available on July 28th.

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