Destroy All Humans! Now Available on Nintendo Switch

After crash-landing on PC and consoles last year, the out-of-this-world antics of Black Forest Games and THQ Nordic’s Destroy All Humans! is now available for the Nintendo Switch.

A remake of the 2005 original, this release puts players in the shoes of Cryptosporidium 137 (or Crypto for short) as he heads to a 1950s-era Earth to harvest human DNA. Packing weaponry like the Zap-O-Matic and Anal Probe, he must traverse six different sandbox locations as he takes on different challenges.

New to this release is the “Lost Mission of Area 42” that was scrapped from the original game, along with updated character models and cutscenes. For the dialog, the quality of the original lines has been improved.

Learn more with the trailer below:

Destroy All Humans! – Nintendo Switch Announcement Trailer

Note that the Nintendo Switch version of the game will include all available skins, and includes the Skin Pack DLC.

You can read our review of the PlayStation 4 version here, which we gave a score of 80/100.

Source: Press Release
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