Destroy All Humans came to PS4, Xbox One, Google Stadia and PC last year, but the game skipped out on Nintendo Switch. That’s changing very soon, as the game is releasing on the portable hybrid system with two collector’s editions. We do have to say, however, that THQ Nordic’s way of announcing the port on social media was pretty dastardly.

How did THQ Nordic go about announcing the Nintendo Switch version? It decided to do a bait-and-switch, literally, by tricking fans into thinking it was about to announce a remake of Destroy All Humans 2.

Evil. Sinister. Perhaps the publisher is trying to get into the mindset of a human-slaying alien by doing something like this, but it certainly fooled plenty of people on Twitter.

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Author Gabe Gurwin

Original Post by GameSpot

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