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Cult Classic, Destroy All Humans gets a Remake, Release Date and More

Destroy all Humans was initially launched in 2005. After its last game in the series being released in 2008, no other game came afterward. But you would be happy to know that there has been a reliable development in this game.

Recently, THQ Nordic, the publisher of the game announced that the cult classic game would have a remake. The announcement was accompanied by a trailer of the new remake. It showed the alien making havoc in the peaceful society. It looked kind of humorous that the recognizable alien is broadcasting himself on the TV, followed by creating chaos.

Cult Classic, Destroy All Humans gets a Remake, Release Date and More

The last game in the series was Destroy All Humans! Path of the Furon, being released in December 2008. After that, its publisher, THQ, became bankrupt in 2012. Nordic Games then acquired it, and finally, this year, we got the good news about the remake of this entertaining game.

Black Forest Games is developing the remake, and they confirmed that they would feature content that was cut from the original release.

Cult Classic, Destroy All Humans gets a Remake, Release Date and More

The remake will undoubtedly have a fully modernized gameplay experience. But apart from that, the game will not implement the multiplayer option, staying true to the original idea of Destroy, All Humans. Also, it will be playable on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

Its publisher or developer do not yet confirm the exact release date of the game. But according to the trailer, it will release 2020. We are assuming that marking the 15th Anniversary of its original game, and the remake will release in early 2020.