Destroy All Humans! Remake Welcomes Players To Turnipseed Farm In A New Trailer

Featuring the game's introductory location.
Check out the latest trailer for Destroy All Humans!, welcoming its players to Turnipseed Farm.
Check out the latest trailer for Destroy All Humans!, welcoming its players to Turnipseed Farm. THQ Nordic

Publisher THQ Nordic and developer Black Forest Games have just released a new trailer for the remake of the action-adventure title Destroy All Humans! The one-minute trailer, titled “Welcome to Turnipseed Farm”, showcases the game’s starting location. Check out the trailer below.

Originally released in 2005 for the PlayStation 2 and Xbox, Destroy All Humans! is an action filled open-world tile where the player controls Cryptosporidium 137 – an alien belonging to the fictional Furon race. While on Earth, Crypto must harvest human brain stems that contain precious Furon DNA, which is crucial to the survival of his species.

The game is a tongue-in-cheek imitation of old-timey alien movies. The player is tasked with harvesting DNA from humans and bringing down the US government using the most outrageous weapons such as the Anal Probe Gun. Players can also reduce whole cities to rubble using the iconic flying saucer that was a mainstay for every alien movie made in the 1950’s.

Destroy All Humans! received mixed to positive reviews when it was originally released, but garnered a successful enough following that it spawned three more titles. The first was Destroy All Humans! 2, which is set 10 years after the events of the first game and was released in 2006. The next two games - Destroy All Humans! Big Willy Unleashed, which was released for the Nintendo Wii and Destroy All Humans! Path of the Furon for the Xbox 360 - all received poor critical reviews, citing repetitive missions, uninspired levels, and technical glitches.

Destroy All Humans! Is due out for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC via Steam on July 28. Multiple limited-edition copies for each platform are also for sale, and they are quite pricey. A DNA Collector’s edition retails for $149.99 and includes a copy of the game, a Crypto keychain, a Crypto stressball-figurine, six lithographs, all in-game Crpyto skins and a 9-inch Crypto’N’Cow Figurine. The Crypto 137 Edition, which costs $349.99, contains everything the DNA Collector's edition has, but also includes a Crypto backpack and a 23-inch Crpyto 13 figurine instead of the 9-inch one. Digital copies of the game can now be pre-ordered for $29.99.

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