When originally released in 1996, Duke Nukem 3D created controversy with its violence, sexism and obviously the sense of humor. Despite facing a terrible level of criticism, the game managed to score a super-grand number of fans from its design, graphics, gameplay and yes, sense of humor too. Nukem managed to make space in gamers’ hearts with his one-liners.
But then Gearbox Software dived into a legal battle to keep the official rights of this popular game. Now the battle is wrapped up and the official rights are in a company’s file. And vow with the winning spirit Gearbox Software has confirmed the remastered version of Original Duke Nukem 3D.
Officials from Gearbox Software recently declared from their panel at PAX West conference 2016 that Duke Nukem is coming back. This time with new name and it is Duke Nukem 3D: 20th Anniversary World Tour. The game is reserved to go public on 11th October, 2016. A trailer has already been released by Gearbox Software.
The new version of the game will feature an option to switch quickly between the two featuring graphics: the one from mid 90’s and the one developed for the new version which is expectedly mind blowing. The new version is also developed by the original creators of the game- Allen Blum III and Richard “Levelord” Gray. This new bomb will be coming with old and original episodes along with eight new levels in a brand new episode, Episode 5 featuring new music by the original composer Lee Jackson and voice over of Jon St. John for Duke Nukem.
The Greatest animated action hero, Duke Nukem in the latest version of the game will travel the globe to save it by shooting the death out of ugly aliens and will save beautiful babes in his tour without letting the humor to escape- his one liners.
The gearbox has already started the pre-order for Duke Nukem 3D: 20th Anniversary World Tour. The game will be available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Windows 10 at the affordable price of $19.99 only.