THQ Nordic has revealed two Destroy All Humans! special editions of the remastered game coming out in 2020. The remastered game gives you a chance to relive the sci-fi shooter we’ve come to love playing from the glorious PS2 days. Starting August 12, 2019, you can pre-order the first of the special editions, the Crypto-137 Edition. This special edition comes with a Crypto-137 figurine standing 23 inches to start, but wait there’s more. This edition also comes with the game, a Crypto backpack, a keychain, six lithographs, an eye-popping anti-stress toy, a premium box of about 35 inches by 15 inches, and all in-game Crypto skins for the main character. All this can be yours for the low price of $399.99! Below is the trailer for this edition from THQ Nordic’s Youtube channel.
The second special edition they’re selling with pre-orders of Destroy All Humans! is the DNA Collector’s Edition. This special edition is selling for a price of $149.99 in the United States and will have the following items to show off your support for our leaders from above. You get the Destroy All Humans! game, a Crypto ‘N’ Cow Figurine that stands about nine inches high, a keychain, six lithographs, an eye-popping anti-stress toy, a premium box, and all in-game Crypto Skins for the main character as well. Below is the trailer for this edition on THQ Nordic’s Youtube channel.
Destroy All Humans! is a rediscovering of the cult-classic that many players enjoyed on the PS2. The setting, if you haven’t played or heard of the game before, is set in 1950’s Americana about an alien ship that crash-landed in America. You play as a clone of the alien in the crashed ship, Crypto- 137. Your mission is to find and rescue the missing alien and destroy all the humans in your path. This retelling brings back many favorites like the anal probe gun as well as the jetpack. Let us know in the comments below if you’ll be getting your own special edition of Crypto before the game comes out in 2020!
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