Duke Nukem Designer Twitters Something (Blah, Blah)

George Broussard, co-founder of Duke Nukem Forever 3D Realms, emerges to twitter something about hitting a milestone:

Closing out a milestone this week. 71 more tasks to do and we started with probably 800-900. Been a good push. Next one starts Monday.

And ends in 2025. Duke Nukem Forever was first announced back in 1998 and will apparently be out "when it's done". While Broussard doesn't explicitly mention Duke Nukem Forever, it's being assumed that he's referring to that — though, he could be referring to Prey 2, which 3D Realms is producing. We're just not sure.

One thing we're sure about: We lost interest in DNF eons ago. George Broussard? Never!

georgeb3dr [Twitter via Worth Playing via VGB]


    Actually, if you do the maths on this it's relatively optimistic. If we use the 800 figure, that works out to around 60 tasks per year since Duke Nukem was first announced. Taking that into consideration, Duke Nukem Forever should be finished in a little over a year!

    This is of course assuming that they really have spent 12 years working on the game, but mathematically this is actually the WORST case scenario.

    They're actually in the rather enviable position of being able to drum up interest on the blogs by posting even the smallest tidbit of non-news like this.

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