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Destroy All Humans! Remake Zaps Its Way to Nintendo Switch



It's been almost a year since Destroy All Humans! Remake landed on PS4, Xbox One, Stadia and PC. And now, THQ Nordic has decided to warp the Nintendo Switch into the spotlight from June 29th. That's right, so you can now invade, probe and harvest DNA while on the move without having to resort to that bulky hardware on your shelf.

However, this isn't just your run of the mill repackage for the Switch. Oh no, you'll also be getting your hands on the Skin Pack DLC, which is currently listed for $10 on most stores. Included in the Skin Pack is four additional attires for Crypto to dress up in, which ranges from a sinister clown to Elvis Presley. As well as this, THQ also announced two extra collections for the Switch port, both the DNA Collector's Edition, and the Crypto-137 Edition.

What can we expect from each collection?

Packaged in the DNA Collector's Edition is not only the Skin Pack DLC, but also an eye-popping stress toy, Crypto'N'Cow figurine, a keychain, six lithographs, and, of course, a premium box to store it all in. These will be available from anywhere up to $100 from June 29th.

The Crypto-137 Edition includes the eye-popping stress toy, Skin Pack DLC, six lithographs, a keychain, an exclusive 23″ Crypto-137 figurine, as well as an official Crypto backpack, all of which equals a whopping $400 at most checkouts. Pricey, yes — but worth it just for the hefty Crypto-137 figurine alone, right?


Destroy All Humans! - Nintendo Switch Announcement Trailer

Will there be a Destroy All Humans 2 Remake?

THQ has been toying with the idea of rehashing Destroy All Humans! 2 for quite some time now. Although no official announcement has been made, the publisher has resorted to their social media handles to share the odd preview with the sequel's protagonist backing the idea. Of course, you can take that with a grain of salt, as it really could've just been a fun little teaser to whet our appetites for the first remake. But having said that — with how well the original chapter sold, it'd only make sense to follow up with a Crypto-138 remake.

Whatever the case, we'll be keeping an eye out for any further updates from THQ. In the meantime, you can swing over to their Twitter and follow the updates here.

Destroy All Humans! Remake hits the Nintendo Switch storefront on June 29th.


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