Destroy All Humans! Remake is a game developed by Black Forest Games and published by THQ Nordic. It was revealed in June 2019. A Demo for the remake was released on GOG on May 28, 2020 and June 17, 2020 for Steam.
See Destroy All Humans! for the story and its characters.
- There are distinct art changes to fit a more cartoon-like style for the characters, while Crypto's capabilities and movements, the text diagrams explaining your missions and objectives and the environment such as ambience and surroundings have been updated.
- More fluent PK, similar to Destroy All Humans! Path of the Furon
- You can now use your guns and Furon Jetpack while holding something
- New "dash" and "Glide" moves for your Jetpack.
- Several voicelines were removed such as all human idle sounds in whistling humming coffins, certain NPCs have missing callouts mainly rural males, voice lines of NPCs seeing Crypto's jetpack, enemies no longer use unique for when they spot Crypto on foot they now use lines for when they spot Crypto after getting out of there car, all quotes used by robots have been removed.
- Japanese voice is now omitted despite changing languages to Japanese and in Japanese version of the game.
- Most missions have been modified from the original; while mission structures generally remain similar, objectives are often changed slightly. Additionally, a new mission was added in Area 42.
- Adds more weapon and ability upgrades.
- Anal Probe and Abduct-O-Beam are reworked and unlocked later in the story.
- Significant changes to the battles against Armquist's powersuit, Robo-Prez, and Silhouette.
- Added Repulse-o-Tron to the saucer, which is used to block missiles. When sufficiently upgraded, this device also sends the missiles back to whatever fired them.
- African-American characters, first seen in the second game, have been included in the remake. Most black characters are shown either wearing varsity sports jackets or having "doo wop" attire, or are seen as police or soldiers.
- Although the original Destroy All Humans was set in June 1959, elements in the remake indicates that the game takes place earlier in the year, in February. This is suggested from an in-game newspaper headline that proclaims 'TOP "ROCK" STARS DIE IN CRASH' - a reference to 'the day music died' on the 3rd of February, 1959.