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The remaster of the early ‘00s invade-em-up Destroy All Humans launched last summer for most major platforms, with a Switch version being oddly absent from the initial release. Thankfully, THQ Nordic and Black Forest Game’s are finally ready to darken the skies above on the Switch with UFOs and floating cows.



“Terrorize the people of 1950s Earth in the role of the evil alien Crypto-137. Harvest DNA and bring down the US government in the remake of the legendary alien invasion action adventure. Annihilate puny humans using an assortment of alien weaponry and psychic abilities. Reduce their cities to rubble with your flying Saucer!”



  • Use your Abducto Beam to throw tanks around!
  • Use your psychokinesis powers to crush a farmer under his own cow!
  • Discover which seemingly prude ’50s housewife secretly has the hots for her hairdresser!
  • Slowly batter a human to death with his own hat!
  • Light up the night by zapping your enemies with teslatastic electricity!
  • Take. One. Giant. Step. On. Mankind!


Alongside a standard physical and digital release, this remaster of Pandemic Studios’ cult classic third-person shooter will also be available via a pair of collector’s editions; though it appears both will be exclusive to the EU and UK.

The Crypto-137 Edition comes with a Crypto-137 figurine, a Crypto backpack, a branded keychain, six art lithographs, an eye-popping anti-stress toy, and all in-game Crypto skins. It retails for €399.99 | £349.99.



The DNA Collector’s Edition of the game is nearly identical to the previous edition, with the figurine and backpack having been removed and replaced with a glow-in-the-dark Crypto’N’Cow figurine. This edition costs €149.99 | £139.99.



Destroy All Humans will be ready to probe-on-the-go on Nintendo Switch on June 29th and is available to pre-order for $39.99 at Amazon.


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Written by Marcus Ramirez

A writer and dreamer who loves all things tropical, bright, colorful, and shiny. Marcus is obsessed with Kingdom Hearts and patiently awaits its triumphant return to Nintendo hardware. He has a (totally real) court order that requires him to always have a 3DS or Switch on his person when leaving the house for more than a few hours.