The most delayed game of all time, Duke Nukem Forever, may finally be surfacing very soon. First announced way back in 1997, the game made little development until earlier this year when it was slated to launch on May 3rd. But once again, it was delayed. Now the company behind it, Gearbox Software, asserts that this time the new dates they have for the release and demo are for real.
"That is the REAL date. This one is FOR REAL," proclaimed Andy Pitchford, president of Gearbox Software, the publisher of Duke Nukem Forever, in a "very special message," shown in the video below. "It's going to happen!"
The last time we got a video message from him, he revealed the new release dates of June 14 in the U.S. and June 10 internationally. But the latest video reveals that a first access demo will be available on June 3. The good news, however, comes with a caveat. You must be a First Access Club member. To become a member you can either purchase or pre-order a copy of Borderlands: Game of the Year Edition from select retailers. For the full list visit here.