After being in development hell for 14 years, Duke Nukem Forever found a savior in the form of Gearbox Software, who announced a release of May 3 for the US version and May 6 internationally.
Now it seems that the Duke is getting yet another delay, for one month. The delay was announced in a video by Gearbox CEO Randy Pitchford, who made tongue-in-cheek references to Duke Nukem Forever’s protracted development cycle and repeatedly announced release dates.
“I’m very sorry for the delay. We’ve all been working extremely hard and are very eager to deliver the game to you,” Pitchford said in a public statement.
Duke Nukem Forever is currently slated for a June 10 international release, and a US release of June 14.