Destroy All Humans! half off on Steam, hints dropped for possible sequel

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A little less than two years ago, a remake for the classic title Destroy All Humans! was announced for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and, for the first time ever, PC. The game features an alien named Crypto-137 who has one main goal in life - to annihilate the human populace.

When the reboot launched in 2020, it was priced at $29.99. Those looking to buy a copy of the title published by THQ Nordic will be glad to hear that it is currently on sale for 50% off on Steam.

Starting today, February 23, until February 26, the 2020-remake of Destroy All Humans! will be available to purchase for $14.99 as part of the Midweek Madness sale on Steam.

To spice things up, THQ Nordic posted a trailer for the sale with a cutscene at the end hinting that a sequel for the game might be on its way. One minute and 18 seconds into the trailer, another alien being is seen talking to Crypto-137, asking him if he's done yet. 137 responds that he's "only getting started".

A sequel to the original Destroy All Humans! titled Destroy All Humans! 2 was made for the PlayStation 2 and Xbox platforms long ago. It might be possible that the reboot's makers are working on a remake of the sequel as well. As for the possible clue, you can watch it yourself in the trailer down below:

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