The long waited game, Duke Nukem Forever is in the hands of developer Gearbox Software, after a incredible long development cycle.
The publisher announced this morning in advance of PAX 2010 that Gearbox Software was on the job, picking up where developer 3D Realms left off. Gearbox plans to ship the game on the PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 within the next year 2011.
Given Duke Nukem Forever was first announced in 1997 as a sequel to Duke Nukem 3D.
Gearbox and 2K will be showcasing the game to press and the public at this weekend’s PAX convention. 2K Games is offering a publicly playable demo of Duke Nukem Forever at its booth.
Gearbox Software president Randy Pitchford tells that his studio picked up development in late 2009 and that the game is currently in the polishing stages.
Post author: Daniel Semper