Duke Nukem Forever not appearing at E3

Game developer 3D Realms decides to focus its energy on game development rather than attending the Electronic Entertainment Expo.


Duke Nukem Forever

Texas-based game developer 3D Realms has confirmed that it will not be attending the Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles later this month. According to co-owner Scott Miller, the company has decided to focus its efforts on developing Duke Nukem Forever, its upcoming action game, rather than putting together special presentations for the show. The company also doesn't want to take any attention away from the release of the third-party Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project, which Miller considers "a very good Duke game."

Duke Nukem Forever, the fourth game in the popular Duke Nukem action game series, has been in development at 3D Realms for several years. While the game is officially scheduled for release "when it's done," online retailers are estimating that the game will be released sometime in October. For more information, take a look at our previous coverage of the game.

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