Duke Nukem Forever official website goes live
2K Games has announced that the official website for Duke Nukem Forever has gone live today.
The new site is crammed with information, a trailer and screenshots of the games industry's most delayed sequel ever and even offers fans the chance to pre-order the game so they can receive a copy when it does finally arrive later this year.
It also offers the usual array of downloadables like wallpaper and buddy icons and the a community page for fans to measure themselves up against each other an the man himself.
Duke Nukem Forever will reach consoles and PC on May the 3rd in the US and May the 6th in Europe courtesy of Gearbox Software. Duke says himself on if the game was good or not: "After 12 f**cking years it should be!"
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