Destroy All Humans! is back with a remake

Jun 07 2019 2 min read
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THQ Nordic has officially revealed the remake of Destroy All Humans! – this is the third and the last announcement by the company scheduled to happen before E3 2019 starts. The game was leaked a week ago, and now we have a proper confirmation.

The remake of Destroy All Humans! has been announced via an entertaining CGI trailer where an alien is cosplaying Till Lindemann while performing Rammstein’s hit song “Ich Will.” We have to admit that the video looks and sounds great, and the overall tone of the announcement makes us believe that the return of the iconic franchise will be worthy of attention. However, the remake is being handled by Black Forest Games – the studio behind Fade to Silence, one of the recent original IPs by THQ Nordic. Honestly, it’s not the best development crew to choose, but making a remake is a somewhat less demanding job, although the original game in question is an iconic cult-classics, which means the expectations will be raised extremely high.

The game doesn’t have an exact release date yet, but it will hit Xbox One, PS4, and PC sometime in 2020. The video doesn’t contain a single trace of gameplay, but hopefully, the upcoming E3 2019 might actually feature some of it.



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