Development for the remake is being handled by Black Forest Games, whose previous games include Giana Sisters. THQ Nordic's PlayStation 4 remake of the original Destroy All Humans was announced earlier with an unusual CG trailer, but now we have our first look at the game itself. Since the next Darksiders will be among the launch titles of Google Stadia, it can not be ruled out that the remake of Destroy All Humans may also arrive on the new and interesting platform of the Mountain View giant. However, more details on the game should come to light in the months leading up to its 2020 release date. The game places you in the space boots on an alien named Crypto who must invade the Earth and use his Anal Probe Gun with gay abandon.
In the announcement trailer, Crypto abducts cows in his saucer and hypnotizes an entire town into a massive dance party before frying them and flying away, leaving a cow with a human wedged right up it's rear end.
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Destroy All Humans is an adventure game where you do exactly as it says. The company has just revealed yet another remake of a long forgotten video game, and this time it's Destroy All Humans Remake, a beloved franchise with a cult following that began way back in 2005.
On top of the old levels, you'll be able to play the a new map, the Lost Mission of Area 42.