Duke Nukem Forever Is In Testing, ‘Several Hours’ Playable
In a recent interview, president of 3D Realms George Broussard announced that the long-awaited Duke Nukem 3D sequel Duke Nukem Forever is currently undergoing play testing, and it seems to be going well. I’ll let him explain in his own words:
“There are several hours of fairly polished game to play. We’re actively testing parts of the game and getting feedback from play testers and things are coming together. It’s fun, it’s in focus, we know what bits are fun and which are not, and it’s just a matter of time now.”
But how much time? I think we’ve been in this situation a few times in the past 10 years, and still no DNF. I fear that Duke Nukem‘s core audience are far too old to enjoy toilet humour and boobies now. Still, I guess this news, and the gameplay video we posted a while back, are enough to give us a tiny glimmer of hope that maybe this time Duke will actually be gracing our screens again in the near-ish future.
How do 3D Realms even make any money these days anyway?