There’s been a lot of great remakes over recent years such as Spryo and Crash, as well as even SpongeBob Battle For Bikini Bottom to an extent. Now, not only do we have Tony Hawk to look forward to in the near future, a 2020 remake of Destroy All Humans comes out tomorrow. And, if you’re confused or a newcomer to the series, here you’ll discover whether there is multiplayer on PS4, Xbox One, and Steam.
Aside from just pretty graphics that will make you fall head over heels for a particular redhead in the game’s 1950s landscape, the Destroy All Humans 2020 remake also boasts cut content by letting players finally experience the lost Area 42 mission.
While that’s exciting enough for fans of the original, newcomers can discover here whether the game supports multiplayer.
Destroy All Humans pre-order
As for what pre-order bonuses are on offer, you get a skin pack for pre-ordering as well as 48 hours early access.
This early access bonus is no longer all that tantalising with the game coming out on July 28th. However, the skins pack might be worthwhile if you want to scare residents even more by dressing your alien as an evil clown or – worst of all – the king of rock and roll.
Unfortunately, the game is not available to pre-order on PS4 so Sony loyalists will just have to buy it on release day.
Is Destroy All Humans multiplayer?
No, Destroy All Humans does not support multiplayer.
The Destroy All Humans 2020 remake does not feature multiplayer on either PS4, Xbox One, or Steam. It is a single-player game only.
This might disappoint some gamers, but fans will know (or should remember) that it’s the 2005 sequel which featured co-operative gameplay.
Although no co-op for the Destroy All Humans remake will disappoint nostalgic gamers who fondly remember hassling civilians with a mate or sibling in the sequel, THQ’s latest release is still worth picking up.
It’s one of the more amusing games you’ll play this year, it’s a good throwback to a cult-classic, and its trailer had the best music ever with Rammstein’s Ich Will.