THQ Nordic’s Destroy All Humans remake kicks off this summer •

With two expensive special editions.

THQ Nordic is bringing this brilliant alien terrorizing last year’s remake of Destroy All Humans to Switch this summer, and the game is scheduled to arrive on June 29th.

Developed by Black Forest Games, the remake of Destroy All Humans takes the 2005 PS2 and Xbox original – in which an evil alien clone roams Crypto-137 through the 1950s, destroying every man, woman and cattle in its path – and gives it a magnificent luxury of licking paint .

The basics remain the same – meaning infantry and UFO-related missions on six large open levels in which players cause devastation using psychokinetic powers and extraterrestrial weapons of dubious purpose – but all this has given life to presentation improvements, including some really lavish visuals.

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When Destroy All Humans hits Switch on June 29, it will include the base game and all previously released skins for £ 34.99 / € 39.99 / $ 39.99 USD.

Along with the standard version, come two expensive special editions. The DNA Collector’s Edition contains a basic game, a Crypto’N’Cow figurine, a key ring, six lithographs, plus an anti-stress toy for £ 139.99, while the Crypto-137 edition contains all of the above (minus the figurines) and throws in a backpack and Crypto -137 figurines for £ 349.99.